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Is sirop de gluçose vegan?

Sirop de gluçose is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sirop de gluçose?

Sirop de glucose is a thick, clear syrup made from the hydrolysis of starch, typically from corn or wheat. It consists mainly of glucose and is widely used as a sweetener and thickening agent in the food industry. Its high viscosity and ability to prevent crystallization make it popular in confectionery and baking applications, such as making caramel or nougat. It also has a lower sweetness level than other sugars, making it a popular choice for enhancing flavors without adding excessive sweetness. Sirop de glucose is an essential ingredient for creating a wide variety of delicious and appealing foods.

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