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5 Westbrook Corporate Center

Westchester, IL 60154

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Ingredion Incorporated provides global ingredients solutions. The company turns corn, tapioca, potatoes and other vegetables and fruits into value-added ingredients and biomaterials for the food, beverage, paper and corrugating, brewing and other industries. The company also serves pharmaceutical, textile and the global animal feed markets. The company owns Penford Corporation, a manufacturer of specialty starches; and Kerr Concentrates, Inc. (Kerr), a privately-held producer of natural fruit and vegetable concentrates. Kerr serves major food and beverage companies, flavor houses and ingredient producers from its manufacturing locations in Oregon and California. Segments The company’s segments include North America, South America, Asia Pacific and Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). North America segment includes businesses in the United States, Canada and Mexico. South America segment includes businesses in Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador and the Southern Cone of South America, which includes Argentina, Chile, Peru and Uruguay. Asia Pacific segment includes businesses in South Korea, Thailand, Malaysia, China, Japan, Indonesia, the Philippines, Singapore, India, Australia and New Zealand. EMEA segment includes businesses in the United Kingdom, Germany, South Africa, Pakistan and Kenya. The company’s product line includes starches and sweeteners, animal feed products and edible corn oil. Products The company’s products are derived primarily from the processing of corn and other starch-based materials, such as tapioca, potato and rice. Sweetener Products The company’s sweetener products include glucose syrups, high maltose syrups, high fructose corn syrup, caramel color, dextrose, polyols, maltodextrins and glucose and syrup solids. Glucose Syrups: Glucose syrups are fundamental ingredients used in food products, such as baked goods, snack foods, beverages, canned fruits, condiments, candy and other sweets, dairy products, ice cream, jams and jellies, prepared mixes and table syrups. Glucose syrups offer functionality in addition to sweetness to processed foods. They add body and viscosity; help control freezing points, crystallization and browning; add humectancy (ability to add moisture) and flavor; and act as binders. High Maltose Syrup: This special type of glucose syrup is primarily used as a fermentable sugar in brewing beers. High maltose syrups are also used in the production of confections, canning and some other food processing applications. The company’s high maltose syrups speed the fermentation process, allowing brewers to increase capacity without adding capital. High Fructose Corn Syrup: High fructose corn syrup is used in various consumer products, including soft drinks, fruit-flavored beverages, baked goods, dairy products, confections and other food and beverage products. In addition to sweetness and ease of use, high fructose corn syrup provides body; humectancy; and aids in browning, freezing point and crystallization control. Dextrose: Dextrose has a range of applications in the food and confection industries, in solutions for intravenous and other pharmaceutical applications, and various industrial applications like wallboard, biodegradable surface agents and moisture control agents. Dextrose functionality in foods, beverages and confectionary includes sweetness control; body and viscosity; acting as a bulking, drying and anti-caking agent; serving as a carrier; providing freezing point and crystallization control; and aiding in fermentation. Dextrose is also a fermentation agent in the production of light beer. In pharmaceutical applications dextrose is used in IV solutions, as well as an excipient suitable for direct compression in tableting. Polyols: These products are sugar-free, reduced calorie sweeteners primarily derived from starch or sugar for the food, beverage, confectionery, industrial, personal and oral care, and nutritional supplement markets. In addition to sweetness, polyols inhibit crystallization; provide binding, humectancy and plasticity; add texture; extend shelf life; prevent moisture migration; and are an excipient suitable for ta

 

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