Taro powder is made from a perennial herbaceous plant in the Araceae family and is often cultivated as an annual crop. Taro was first produced in hot and humid marshes such as China, Malaysia and the Indian Peninsula, and is widely cultivated all over the world. Taro is an important vegetable and food crop. It has high nutritional and medicinal value and is suitable for all ages. The starch granules of taro powder are as small as 1/10 of potato starch, and its digestibility can reach more than 98%, especially suitable for infants and patients.
Product Name:Taro powder
Botanical source:Colocasia esculenta
Part used: tuber
Appearance: White fine Color
Taro powder process flow includes feeding, peeling, pelletizing, air-drying and dewatering, low-temperature pressure curing, crushing and weighing and packaging. The key is that the curing temperature of the materials in the low-temperature pressure curing process should be controlled at 80℃～100℃.
Nutrition - taro - edible part