Cargill supply a wide variety of starches. For the most part these are based on maize (corn), waxy maize, wheat and potato. These starches are offered as native and modified and are designed for use across a broad spectrum of industry. From industrial binders to custard, from corrugated cases to tableting, starch, one of the most versatile materials known to man plays its’ vital part.


  1. Maize
  2. Wheat
  3. Waxy-maize
  4. Potato
  5. Tapioca


  • We can offer a full range of modified food starches based predominantly on maize and waxy maize.

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