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Is sirop % de glucose-fructose vegan?

Sirop % de glucose-fructose is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sirop % de glucose-fructose?

Sirop % de glucose-fructose, also known as high fructose corn syrup, is a common food ingredient used as a sweetener in various processed foods and beverages. This syrup is derived from corn starch and typically contains 42-55% fructose and 45-58% glucose. It has a similar sweetness level to table sugar but is cheaper to produce and easier to handle in manufacturing processes. Some studies suggest that consuming large amounts of this syrup may contribute to obesity and other health issues, but it is generally recognized as safe by regulatory agencies when consumed in moderation.

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