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DATEM: All rounder Emulsifier in Bakery

Updated: Mar 30, 2019

The most significant raw material in baking goods is wheat flour, the quality of which is very important. Variety of wheat, growth and climate conditions impact the quality of wheat flour. To have a consistent wheat flour quality is a challenge for baking industry. Diacetyl Tartaric acid ester of monoglycerides (DATEM) supports the bakers to surmount the fluctuations observed in flour quality.

DATEM has multiple applications in baking goods such as development of fine baked goods with appropriate textural attributes. Texture is improved along with increase in crispiness and fat reduction can be experienced in rusks. It is added in cakes for improved mouthfeel and improvised texture. Homogenous dough can be developed in biscuits which enhances its eating properties.

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