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FDA Okays ADM’s Maltodextrin Fiber For Use In Food, Beverages

June 21, 2018: 12:00 AM EST

The FDA has approved a digestion-resistant maltodextrin fiiber developed by a joint venture of Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) and Japan’s Matsutani Chemical Industry Co. for use in foods and beverages. The agency added Fibersol to its list of approved fibers “that have a physiological effect beneficial to human health.” Food and beverage manufacturers can label it as “soluble corn fiber,” “soluble vegetable fiber (corn),” “digestion resistant maltodextrin,” “resistant maltodextrin,” or “maltodextrin.” The FDA took into account nearly 20 years of clinical research on the ingredient filed by ADM on behalf of joint venture ADM/Matsutani LLC JV.

"Fibersol Included on the FDA Approved List of Fibers", Bevnet.com, June 21, 2018, © BevNET.com
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