Starch-based sugars

Starch-based sugars are not very different from the table sugar we have in our kitchen, except that they are made from starch instead of beet or sugarcane. They also contain the same number of calories (about 4 kilocalories per gram).

Glucose-Fructose Syrup and Fructose-Glucose Syrup

What is it? Glucose-fructose Syrup is a plant-based ingredient used in food. It is derived from cereals (mainly wheat and maize). It is a sugar from the Carbohydrates family. Glucose-fructose syru...
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What is it? Dextrose is a plant-based ingredient used in food, obtained from cereals (mainly maize and wheat). It is a simple sugar, belonging to the Carbohydrates family. The human body can quick...
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Glucose Syrups

What is it? Glucose syrups are plant-based ingredients used in food. They are sugars from the carbohydrates family. They are derived from cereals (mainly wheat and maize) in the EU. In food, gl...
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