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Is glucosa-fructosa vegan?

Glucosa-fructosa is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is glucosa-fructosa?

Glucosa-fructosa is a sweetening agent widely used in the food industry. It is composed of glucose and fructose, two simple sugars that are naturally found in fruits and honey. This ingredient is often used as an alternative to regular sugar because it has a similar sweetness but with a lower glycemic index, which means it doesn't spike blood sugar levels as much. Glucosa-fructosa is commonly found in a variety of products such as soft drinks, sweets, and baked goods. Its unique composition provides an excellent option for those looking to manage their sugar intake while still enjoying a sweet treat.

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