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Is sirop glucose fructose vegan?

Sirop glucose fructose is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sirop glucose fructose?

Sirop glucose fructose, also known as high fructose corn syrup (HFCS), is a common sweetener used in the food industry. It is derived from corn starch and contains a mixture of glucose and fructose sugars. This syrup is widely used in the production of soft drinks, baked goods, and processed foods because it is less expensive and more shelf-stable than traditional sugars. While some studies suggest that excessive consumption of HFCS may contribute to health issues like obesity and diabetes, it is still widely used in the food industry due to its versatility and cost-effectiveness.

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