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sweeteners, bulk

sweeteners, bulk Used to replace sucrose and glucose syrups. One example is hydrogenated glucose syrup, in which the free aldehyde group of glucose has been reduced to sorbitol by catalytic hydrogenation; effectively a mixture of glucose and sorbitol. Used in soft drinks and sugar confectionery, and in some diabetic foods as a partial substitute for sorbitol; is 70–80% as sweet as sucrose. See also sugar alcohols.

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bulk sweeteners

bulk sweeteners See sugar alcohols.

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