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Tapioca Syrup- (non gmo) 5 GAL

Tapioca Syrup- (non gmo) 5 GAL

by Bakers Authority

Regular price $135.63 Sale

Our Non-GMO tapioca syrup is a syrup that is neutral in flavor and transparent in color. Made from 100% tapioca starch, which comes from the cassava root. Tapioca syrup is flavorless and is often used as a thickening agent for pies, fillings, and more. Enjoy bulk tapioca syrup at wholesale pricing.


Tapioca Syrup Packaging:  Pail


Tapioca Syrup Pail Size: 5 Gallons


Tapioca Syrup Pallet Size: 5 Gallon Pails


Tapioca Syrup Shelf Life: 6 months


Tapioca Syrup Item Number: D-4595


Tapioca Syrup FAQ


What is tapioca syrup actually made of?

Tapioca syrup is made of cassava root, water, and a small amount of citric acid (to adjust the pH). The syrup is then filtered to remove any impurities, and finally heat-treated to help stabilize it.

What are the nutritional pros of using tapioca syrup?

There are several pros of using tapioca syrup. First, it is a natural sweetener that is derived from the cassava root. It has a lower glycemic index than other sweeteners, so it does not cause spikes in blood sugar levels. Second, it is very versatile and can be used in a variety of recipes. Third, it is relatively inexpensive compared to other sweeteners on the market. Finally, tapioca syrup provides a number of health benefits including being high in fiber and helping to improve digestion.

Is tapioca syrup healthier than corn syrup?

There is no definitive answer to this question since there are many different types of corn syrup and tapioca syrup. However, in general, tapioca syrup is thought to be healthier than corn syrup because it is made from a natural source (tapioca). Corn syrup, on the other hand, is made from corn starch, which is a processed food.

Is tapioca syrup healthier than corn sugar?

Tapioca syrup is a bit healthier than sugar since it has a lower carbohydrate content than sugar. A quarter cup of tapioca has 168 calories, while a quarter cup of sugar has around 194 calories. Tapioca syrup can also be a healthy alternative to sucrose, honey, molasses, maple syrup, and corn syrup because of its crisp, sweet flavor.

Can tapioca syrup be used as a binding agent?

Tapioca syrup has no odor or smell, making it perfect for use as a binding agent in processed meats to keep them fresh. Tapioca syrup is low in sodium and a good source of calcium and iron, making it a viable choice for producers searching for a healthy sugar substitute.

Is tapioca syrup the same as high fructose corn syrup?

Tapioca syrup is made from the starch of the cassava root, while high fructose corn syrup is made from cornstarch. They are two different products with different chemical compositions.

Tapioca syrup contains more sucrose and less glucose than high fructose corn syrup, so it has a lower glycemic index (GI). This means that it doesn't cause as big a spike in blood sugar levels as high fructose corn syrup does.

What does tapioca syrup taste like?

Tapioca syrup has a mild, sweet flavor with a slightly earthy note. It is often used as a natural sweetener in beverages and baking recipes.

Is tapioca syrup vegan?

Tapioca syrup is vegan. Tapioca syrup is made from the starch extracted from cassava root. Cassava root is a tuber that grows in the tropics and is a staple food in many countries. The starch is extracted by washing and grinding the roots, then boiling it and straining off the liquid. The thick liquid that remains is boiled down to form a thick syrup.

Highlights of Our Tapioca Syrup

  • Provides excellent binding properties with mild sweetness (lower DE syrups)
  • Non-GMO
  • Made in the USA 
  • Browning (Maillard reaction)
  • Crystal control (e.g., ice creams)
  • Humectancy, viscosity, fermentability

Perfectly Suited for

  • Bars
  • Beverages
  • Baked Goods
  • Cereal and Granola
  • Confectionery
  • Dairy
  • Sauces and Condiments

Now you can create more vibrant confections and beverages, and snack bars that keep your key ingredients in focus. With growing concern from consumers surrounding genetically modified organisms, satisfy the demand with tapioca-derived non-GMO sweeteners. 


Breads; cookies; muffins

Lower DE for complex carbohydrates and binding; higher DE for sweetness, humectancy, browning; yeast fermentation; shelf extension


Nutrition bars; granola; cereal clusters, energy bites

Low-to-mid DE for chewiness, tack-free coating, shine; binding; higher DE for sweetness, humectancy, browning, soft texture


Sparkling soda; sports drinks; cocktail mixes

Lower DE for body, mouthfeel and emulsion stabilization; higher DE for sweetness and use as a priming sugar; yeast fermentation


Lollipops; licorice; caramels; marshmallows; gum; mints

Low-to-mid DE for tack-free crystallization control, binding, texture; high DE for sweetness; good for color development


Salad dressings; marinades; dips; spreads; pudding

Lower DE for viscosity modification and mouthfeel, higher DE for sweetness and browning


Ice cream; gelatos; novelty dessert bars

Lower DE for freeze-thaw stability, ice crystal inhibition, improved mouthfeel especially in low or reduced-fat ice cream, higher DE for sweetness, freeze point depression


Jams; jellies; table syrups; fruit preparations

Lower DE for viscosity and body; higher DE for sweetness and water activity control


Gummy vitamins; lozenges; cough syrups

Creates softness and chewiness in gummy vitamins; low-tack coating in hard lozenges; improves viscosity of liquid suspensions


Coated popcorn; pretzels; fruit strips and snacks

Lower DE for low-tack coating and binding; higher DE for sweetness and soft texture
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