Natural Preservative

CapBlock® Cultured Dextrose

CapBlock® Cultured Dextrose is a natural preservative made through the controlled fermentation of dextrose with Propionibacterium freudenreichii. This fermentation process results in the production of lactic acid, which lowers the pH of the solution and creates an environment that inhibits the growth of harmful bacteria and other microorganisms. The resulting powder is rich in metabolites such as propionic and acetic acid, as well as peptides, which gives it an exceptional ability to extend the shelf life of food products while enhancing their flavor profile.

As a natural and non-GMO product, CapBlock® Cultured Dextrose is a safe and sustainable alternative to synthetic preservatives. Its short-chain organic acids and natural fermentation-derived metabolites make it ideal for maintaining the freshness and quality of a wide range of food products, including baked goods, dairy products, meats, and beverages. With a rich history of safe use in food, Cultured Dextrose is a reliable and effective solution for food manufacturers looking to meet the growing demand for natural and healthy food products.

With a rich history of safe use in food, this natural preservative is a reliable and sustainable solution for food manufacturers looking to maintain the freshness and quality of their products without resorting to synthetic additives.

CapBlock® Cultured Dextrose is an all-natural, non-GMO, and gluten-free preservative that is widely used in the food industry to maintain the freshness and quality of baked goods, dairy products, meats, and beverages. Its short-chain organic acids and natural fermentation-derived metabolites make it a safe and effective alternative to synthetic preservatives, allowing food manufacturers to cater to the growing demand for natural and healthy food products.

Why Cultured Destrose?

CapBlock® Cultured Dextrose has several properties that make it an effective preservative. First, it has a broad spectrum of activity against a range of microorganisms, including bacteria, yeast, and mold. This means that it can inhibit the growth of spoilage organisms and extend the shelf life of food products.

CapBlock® Cultured Dextrose is also effective at low concentrations, which means that only a small amount is needed to achieve the desired preservative effect. This can help to reduce the overall amount of preservatives needed in a product and improve its overall label appeal.

Furthermore, Cultured Dextrose has a neutral flavor and odor, which means that it can be added to a wide range of food products without affecting their taste or smell. It also has a low water activity, which means that it can help to maintain the texture and moisture content of food products.

CapBlock® Cultured Dextrose is a natural, effective, and versatile preservative that is well-suited for a wide range of food products. Its clean-label appeal and broad spectrum of activity make it an attractive alternative to traditional chemical preservatives.

The functionalities of Cultured Dextrose include:

  1. Natural preservative: Cultured Dextrose is a natural preservative that helps extend the shelf life of food products by inhibiting the growth of harmful bacteria and other microorganisms.
  2. Flavor enhancer: The metabolites in Cultured Dextrose, such as propionic and acetic acid, can enhance the flavor profile of food products, making them more appealing to consumers.
  3. Non-GMO and gluten-free: Cultured Dextrose is a non-GMO and gluten-free product, making it suitable for use in a wide range of food products.
  4. Sustainable: As a natural product, Cultured Dextrose is a sustainable alternative to synthetic preservatives, helping food manufacturers meet the growing demand for natural and healthy food products.
  5. All-natural: Cultured Dextrose is an all-natural product that is derived from a controlled fermentation process, making it a safe and healthy ingredient for food products.
  6. Safety: With a rich history of safe use in food, Cultured Dextrose is a safe and reliable ingredient for food manufacturers to use in their products.
  7. pH control: The lactic acid produced during the fermentation process can help control the pH of food products, preventing spoilage and maintaining freshness.
  8. Antimicrobial activity: Cultured Dextrose has antimicrobial properties that help prevent the growth of harmful bacteria and other microorganisms, helping to keep food products safe and fresh.
  9. Texture modifier: The peptides produced during the fermentation process can modify the texture of food products, making them more appealing to consumers.
  10. Label-friendly: As a natural ingredient, Cultured Dextrose can be listed on food product labels in a variety of ways, making it a versatile ingredient for food manufacturers to use.

Features:

  • Contains short-chain organic acids and natural fermentation-derived metabolites like propionic and acetic acid, as well as peptides
  • All-natural, non-GMO, and gluten-free
  • A safe and sustainable alternative to synthetic preservatives
  • Has a long history of safe use in food
  • Widely used in the food industry to maintain the freshness and quality of baked goods, dairy products, meats, and beverages
  • Available in a fine, off-white powder form
  • Produced through a rigorous pasteurization, evaporating and spray drying process to ensure purity and consistency
  • Cost-effective compared to other natural preservatives
  • Helps to improve the shelf life of food products, reducing food waste and improving sustainability

Benefits:

    • Enhances the flavor profile of food products
    • Helps to maintain the texture and appearance of food products
    • Can extend the shelf life of food products, reducing the need for synthetic preservatives
    • Offers a natural and healthy alternative to synthetic preservatives
    • Meets the growing demand for natural and healthy food products
    • Improves food safety by inhibiting the growth of harmful bacteria and fungi in food products
    • Contains lactic acid bacteria that are beneficial for gut health, improving digestion and boosting the immune system
    • Helps to reduce food waste and improve sustainability
    • Enhances the nutritional value of food products
    • Improves the overall quality and consistency of food products
    • Can be easily incorporated into existing food production processes
    • Offers a cost-effective solution for food manufacturers looking to maintain the freshness and quality of their products.

Cultured dextrose has a broad range of applications in the food industry.

  • Meat and poultry: Cultured dextrose can be used as a natural preservative in processed meats and poultry products such as hot dogs, sausages, bacons, ham, and deli meats. It inhibits the growth of harmful bacteria such as Listeria and E. coli, thereby extending the shelf life of these products.
  • Bakery: Cultured dextrose can be added to bakery products such as bread, muffins, and cakes to inhibit the growth of mold and other spoilage organisms. It can also improve the texture and flavor of baked goods.Cultured dextrose is a popular ingredient in baked goods like sliced bread, tortillas, muffins, and cakes. It helps improve texture, shelf-life, and flavor while also providing a clean-label option for health-conscious consumers.
  • Dairy: Cultured dextrose can be added to dairy products such as yogurt and sour cream to extend their shelf life and improve their texture and flavor.
  • Beverages: Cultured dextrose can be used as a natural preservative in beverages such as fruit juices and soft drinks. It inhibits the growth of spoilage organisms and helps to maintain the quality of the product.
  • Snacks: Cultured dextrose can be used in snacks such as potato chips and crackers to inhibit the growth of bacteria and other microorganisms that can cause spoilage.
  • Dips and Spreads: Cultured dextrose can also be used in dips and spreads like hummus, salsa, and guacamole. It helps extend the shelf-life of these products and also provides a tangy flavor that complements other ingredients.
  • Condiments and salad dressing: Cultured dextrose can be added to condiments like ketchup, mustard, and mayonnaise, as well as salad dressings, to provide a clean-label, natural alternative to chemical preservatives.
  • Pet food: Cultured dextrose can be used in pet food as a natural preservative and to provide a tangy flavor that pets find appealing.

Cultured Dextrose

100% NATURAL ICON
NON-GMO ICON
PLANT-BASED
CLEAN LABEL ICON
GLUTEN FREE
ADDITIVES FREE
SOY FREE
GUT FRIENDLY ICON
CORN FREE

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CapBlock® Cultured Dextrose has a wide range of applications in the food industry, particularly in clean-label products where consumers are looking for natural alternatives to chemical preservatives. 

It can be used as a natural preservative in processed meats, poultry products such as hot dogs, sausages, bacons, ham, and deli meats. It inhibits the growth of harmful bacteria such as Listeria and E. coli, thereby extending the shelf life of these products.

It is also widely used in bakery products such as bread, muffins, and cakes like sliced bread, tortillas, muffins, cakes, and it can be added to dairy products such as yogurt and sour cream, fruit juices and soft drinks, and snacks like potato chips and crackers, also in dips and spreads such as hummus, salsa, and guacamole, and in condiments and salad dressing, like ketchup, mustard, and mayonnaise.

It can be used in pet food as a natural preservative and to provide a tangy flavor that pets find appealing.

Packing Options

Product Name Pack Sizes
CapBlock® Cultured Dextrose Powder 25kg Bag
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