Starch is nature’s own way of storing the sun’s energy, the energy of life. It forms the cornerstone of many diets and can be utilized for a multitude of purposes.
It is no surprise then that everyone uses starch. You’ll find it in a great number of food products as well as in paper and chemicals.
So where does starch come from? One of the richest sources of starch is wheat, which is also one of the main natural resources found in the Baltic region. And most importantly, it’s renewable.
That's where we at Amilina come in. Amilina operates a modern biorefinery that processes wheat into starch, gluten, wheat gluten feed and glucose syrup. The company is co-owned by Roquette, a global leader in food, nutrition and health, and by several Lithuanian entrepreneurs. We’re located in Panevezys, the agro-industrial heart of Lithuania and the epicentre of the Baltic Wheat Belt.
Driven by innovation, we seek to meet our customers’ needs by supplying them with high-quality products and services which offer them a competitive edge in their respective markets.