For over 15 years, MSP Starch Products Inc. has been committed to making remarkable ingredients that exceed our customer’s expectations for product safety, quality, and delivery, while upholding the highest environmental and social standards.

Our mantra: Taking less and using more. Every little bit helps.

The story from potato to Solnul™ is a remarkable one

Beginning first in the potato manufacturing industry, the water used to cut potatoes becomes concentrated in starch. We then reclaim the aqueous leftovers from a third-party, food-grade manufacturer and bring it in-house as our raw material.

Through our proprietary process, the starch is removed from the water, gently dried and upcycled into Solnul™, preserving all the valuable RS2 that comes from unmodified potato starch granules.

The clean water is returned to the reservoir to continue giving life to surrounding crops, creating an operational loop in perpetuity.

Solnul™ is then sold to science-forward brands to elevate their supplement and functional food products so the benefits of resistant starch can reach the greatest number of people and the ingredient can reach its highest potential.

Solnul™ is a member of the Upcycled Food Association (UFA), a nonprofit focused on reducing food waste by growing the upcycled food economy and building a food system in which all food reaches its highest potential. It’s comprised of ingredient and food manufacturers and subsidiary members.

Quality

Solnul™ is a proprietary product made by MSP Starch Products Inc. As leading industry experts in resistant potato starch, we know how important quality, testing and transparency are in supplement and food manufacturing. That’s why our state-of-the-art facility is BRC audited, Safe Food for Canadians licensed, and HACCP maintained to ensure our product continuously meets our high standards and yours.

We’re vigilant in everything we do. We monitor, measure, and analyze our process and systems and implement continual improvement opportunities through Quarterly Performance Reporting and Annual Food Safety System Assessments. We revisit our plan every time changes to the process, product or regulations occur.

Through our quality measures, we maintain the following certifications: