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Is jarabe glucosa vegan?

Jarabe glucosa is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is jarabe glucosa?

Jarabe de glucosa is a type of syrup made from glucose, a simple sugar derived from corn starch. It is commonly used as a sweetener and as a binding agent in a variety of food products, such as candies, jams, and baked goods. Jarabe de glucosa is preferred over regular sugar in these applications because it is less likely to crystallize, which can result in a gritty texture. It is also used in the production of ice cream to improve its texture and prevent the formation of ice crystals. Jarabe de glucosa has a thick and sticky consistency and a mild, sweet taste, making it an essential ingredient in many food products.

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