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Is fructosestroop vegan?

Fructosestroop is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fructosestroop?

Fructosestroop is a sweetener made from corn syrup that has been processed to create a concentrated form of fructose. It is commonly used as a sweetening agent in many processed foods and beverages due to its high sweetness level and low cost. Fructosestroop is often used as a substitute for sugar, as it has a similar taste but is more soluble and easier to blend into products. However, excessive consumption of fructosestroop has been linked to health concerns such as obesity, diabetes, and metabolic disorders. As such, it is important to consume this ingredient in moderation.

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