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Is glucose de blé vegan?

Glucose de blé is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is glucose de blé?

Glucose de blé is a natural sweetener made from wheat starch. It is a type of glucose syrup that contains a high concentration of glucose, making it an excellent source of energy. This ingredient is commonly used in the food industry as a sweetener, thickener, and humectant. Its unique properties also make it useful for enhancing flavors and extending the shelf life of products. Because it is derived from wheat, glucose de blé is a popular alternative for those looking for a natural sweetener that is gluten-free. Additionally, it is considered to be a healthier alternative to regular sugar because it has a lower glycemic index.

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