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Is glucose-fructose-stroop vegan?

Glucose-fructose-stroop is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is glucose-fructose-stroop?

Glucose-fructose stroop, also known as high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS), is a sweetener derived from corn starch. It is a popular ingredient in many processed foods and beverages due to its affordability, long shelf life, and ability to enhance flavor and texture. HFCS is made by converting corn starch into glucose and then transforming some of the glucose into fructose, resulting in a sweeter syrup than regular glucose syrup. However, some studies have linked the consumption of HFCS to various health issues, including obesity, diabetes, and liver damage.

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