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Is invertsocker vegan?

Invertsocker is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is invertsocker?

Invertsocker, also known as inverted sugar or invert sugar syrup, is a versatile food ingredient that is commonly used in the food industry. It is made by breaking down sucrose into its component sugars, glucose, and fructose, through a chemical process called inversion. This results in a syrup that is sweeter and more soluble than regular sugar, making it ideal for use in confectionery, baked goods, and beverages. Invertsocker is also used as a humectant, helping to retain moisture and improve the texture of foods. Its unique properties make it a popular ingredient in the production of candies, jams, and other sweet treats.

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