Turn Liquids into Free-flowing Powders

Ingredion Inc.
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As you answer demands for the innovative flavors and fragrances that go into today’s on-trend consumer products, you face many challenges. One is converting these and other ingredients from liquid to powdered form. Today there is a versatile, highly absorbent plating agent that enables you to transform a broad range of hydrophobic and hydrophilic liquids into easy-to-use, free-flowing powders while carrying more concentrated flavor and fragrance. Discover how N-ZORBIT™ 2144 plating agent, from the Ingredion Idea Labs® innovation centers, is redefining plating in foods, beverages and beyond.

Plate liquids with the latest high efficiency plating technology

N-ZORBIT™ 2144 plating agent transforms a wide variety of liquids, both oil- and water-based, into uniformly blended, flowable powders. You can greatly improve processing efficiency when you use this agent with oils, thick liquids, and liquids that are difficult or expensive to spray dry. You can also plate both water- and oil-based liquids together for delivery in one system. Get the facts and use N-ZORBIT™ 2144 plating agent in a wide variety of applications:

  • Fragrances
  • Flavors
  • Powdered beverages
  • Snacks and crackers
  • Confections
  • Instant noodle seasoning mixes
  • Powdered sauces
  • Vitamins
  • Dry mix seasoning blends

Increased loading capacity for more intense flavors

Starting with native corn starch, Ingredion scientists developed a highly porous structure that enables much greater absorption. N-ZORBIT™ 2144 plating agent allows you to carry up to a 40% load, depending on the active used. The optimized particle size, coupled with low bulk density (350-500 g/L) and increased surface area, enables a higher plating capacity than common carriers such as maltodextrin. With N-ZORBIT™ 2144 plating agent, you can produce highly concentrated actives and vibrant flavors in small volumes of powder, leading to lower cost-in-use and reduced packaging costs.


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