Native starch is an unmodified, powdered carbohydrate. It is derived from plants like corn, rice, maize, and potato, among others. It helps in the thickening and texturizing of food, along with the retention of moisture. It has wide applications in the food industries, including the production of bakery products, confectioneries, processed meats, etc.
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