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Is glükoosi-fruktoosisiirup vegan?

Glükoosi-fruktoosisiirup is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is glükoosi-fruktoosisiirup?

Glükoosi-fruktoosisiirup, commonly known as high fructose corn syrup, is a sweetener derived from corn starch. It is a popular alternative to traditional sugar because it is cheaper and more convenient to produce. This syrup is commonly used in processed foods and beverages such as soft drinks, baked goods, and condiments. The syrup is made by converting glucose from corn starch into fructose, which gives it a high sweetness level. This ingredient has been a topic of controversy due to its potential health effects, but it remains a widely used ingredient in the food industry.

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