Arrowroot Starch

Wholesale Bulk Arrowroot Starch Suppliers in the USA

Common Name:

Arrowroot Starch

Botanical Name:

Maranta arundinacea



Plant Parts Used:




Color Appearance:

White Colored Powder

* (due to the nature of natural ingredients, color may slightly vary)

Mesh Size:

60 ~ 80 mesh


USDA, EU, Kosher

Country of Origin:


Product Applications:

Nutraceuticals, Cosmetics, Herbal Teas, Capsules, Tablets, Functional foods beverages

Product Offerings:

Arrowroot Starch, Arrowroot Powder

Medikonda Nutrients is the Largest Manufacturer, Wholesale Supplier, Bulk Distributor, Exporter of USDA Organic Arrowroot Starch in the USA.

Arrowroot Starch: Overview

Arrowroot starch, scientifically known as Maranta arundinacea, is a versatile and easily digestible root starch derived from the arrowroot plant. It has been a staple ingredient in cooking and medicinal applications for centuries. Arrowroot starch is recognized by various common names, including arrowroot flour or powder.

This fine, white, odorless powder is often used as a thickening agent in culinary creations, replacing cornstarch or wheat flour in recipes. It imparts a glossy and smooth texture to gravies, sauces, and puddings while remaining gluten-free, making it an excellent choice for those with dietary restrictions.

Arrowroot starch is also valued for its potential health benefits. It is believed to be gentle on the stomach and can be used to ease digestive discomfort. Additionally, it is used in skincare products for its soothing properties.

In summary, arrowroot starch, known by various common names, is a valuable ingredient in both culinary and medicinal realms, prized for its thickening abilities and potential health benefits.

Product Certifications


Private Labeling Options

Powders: Packed in eco-friendly Pouches or Canisters in customized sizes

Capsules & Tablets: Packed in bottles of 60ct, 90ct or 180ct

Oils: Packed in glass bottles with dropper in 100ml, 4oz or customized sizes

private labeling options

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