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Is glukose-sirup vegan?

Glukose-sirup is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is glukose-sirup?

Glucose syrup, also known as corn syrup, is a common sweetener used in a variety of foods and beverages. It is made by breaking down corn starch into smaller molecules using enzymes or acids. This results in a thick, syrupy liquid that is sweet and has a neutral flavor. Glucose syrup is often used as a replacement for sugar in processed foods because it is less expensive and has a longer shelf life. It is also used in the production of candies, soft drinks, and baked goods to improve texture and prevent crystallization. Glucose syrup is available in different grades and can vary in sweetness and viscosity.

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