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Is xarope de glicose vegan?

Xarope de glicose is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is xarope de glicose?

Xarope de glicose, also known as glucose syrup, is a sweet, thick, and viscous liquid sweetener that is commonly used in the food industry as a substitute for sugar. It is made from corn starch, which is broken down into glucose molecules through a process called hydrolysis. This syrup is not as sweet as table sugar and has a mild, neutral flavor, making it an ideal ingredient in a variety of recipes. Xarope de glicose is often used in confectionery, baked goods, and ice cream to add sweetness, texture, and moisture to the final product. It also helps prevent crystallization and can improve the shelf life of certain products.

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