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Is maltitol syrup vegan?

Maltitol syrup is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is maltitol syrup?

Maltitol syrup is a sweetener that is commonly used in food products as a sugar substitute. It is a clear, viscous liquid that is made by hydrogenating maltose, a type of sugar. Maltitol syrup has a sweet taste and is often used in low-calorie or sugar-free products, such as candy, baked goods, and beverages. It is also commonly used in diabetic-friendly products as it has a low glycemic index and does not cause a sharp rise in blood sugar levels. Maltitol syrup can provide a similar texture and taste to sugar, but with fewer calories and a lower impact on blood sugar levels.

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