E1420 – Acetylated Starch | Vietnam Manufacture and Supplier

E1420 – Acetylated Starch

Acetylated Starch (E1420) or Starch Acetate (INS1420) is obtained by esterification of food starches with acetic anhydride or vinyl acetate in accordance with good manufacturing practice (GMP). The esterification/acetylation results in substitution of hydroxyl groups with acetyl esters.

INS No. 1420

CAS number: 9045-28-7; 60164-73-0

H/S code: 3505.10.90

Quality Certificates: HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points), USFDA (United States Food & Drug Administration), FSSC 22000, the Halal and Kosher standards.

Packaging: 25 kg, 500kg, 800kg, and 1000kg bag

Origin: Vietnam


Acetylated starch (E1420) has the following properties:

  • Improved clarity and lower gelatinization point
  • Improved low temperature stability and water holding capacity
  • Texturing agents for food products
  • Composed of starch acetate and modified tapioca starch with macromolecular hydrophilic groups and low gelatinization temperature
  • High peak and heat viscosity and stable viscosity
  • The paste is transparent, heat-resistant, acid-resistant, and shear force-resistant
  • Great elasticity, preferable film-forming ability, stable freezing and thawing property, and stable storage

These properties make acetylated starch useful in various applications, including as a thickener, stabilizer, and texturizer in food products.


Bakery, meat products, noodles, sauces & dressing, dairy products, frozen foods, snacks, batter mix, tapioca pearls… see full list


Starch content (%)Min 85
Moisture (%)Max 14
Ash (%)Max 0.2
pH 5.0 – 7.0
ViscosityMin 700 BU
DS0.01 – 0.075
Whiteness (%)Min 90
Fineness (%)Min 99
SO2Max 30 Ppm

Frequently Asked Questions/ FAQ

The minimum order quantity (MOQ) for each shipment is 10,000 kilograms

The approximate lead time for shipment is 10-15 days following receipt of the confirmed order and payment.

T/T and L/C are acceptable payment methods.

HS code is 3505.10.90

Cat Lai Port, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Usually, we furnish the following documents: Packing List, Certificate of Analysis (COA), Commercial Invoice, Bill of Lading, Health Certificate, and Certificate of Origin.