What is Glucose-Fructose Syrup?
By an enzymatic process, the syrup rich in D-Glucose is isomerized obtaining glucose-fructose syrups.
Our glucose-fructose syrups include several products with varying concentrations of glucose and fructose.
Glucose-fructose syrups share many of the applications of glucose syrups. However, it is in the production of soft drinks and sauces that its greatest application is verified.
The use of glucose-fructose syrups contributes to the ideal degree of sweetness, helps to optimize production costs and offers consumers more options.
Find our glucose-fructose syrup under theISOPAM® brand.
Food application of glucose-fructose
Glucose-fructose food application Syrups with a higher fructose content are used mainly for their sweetening power since this is the sweetest of the elemental sugars. In addition, they have a synergistic effect when mixed with other sweeteners, both natural and artificial.