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Cassava is a tuber crop rich in available starch. Presently it is an underutilised crop for sugar production and beer production. Nigeria, Brazil, Indonesia and Thailand lead the way in its production. With pressures on the supply and demand of other starch/cereal crops, the low cost cassava represents a good potential for an alternative high yielding source of sugar for syrup extract producers, brewers, distillers, confectioners and ethanol producers. With optimal application of commercial enzymes, extracts of desired quality can be obtained from the cassava tuber.

Typical Problems

Our Solutions

Poor extract levels

Hitempase™, Bioamylase

High mash viscosities and starch positive wort

Hitempase™, Bioamylase,
Bioglucanase TX

Poor fermentability / alcohol yield

Bioamylase D, Amylo 300

Limited vitamins, essential salts and
amino acids for yeast


Poor foam stability

Biofoam K, Biofoam AT,
Biofoam CL