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Is zahăr invertit vegan?

Zahăr invertit is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is zahăr invertit?

Zahăr invertit, also known as inverted sugar, is a syrupy sweetener made from sucrose that has been chemically modified to break down into its constituent glucose and fructose molecules. This process creates a more stable sugar that doesn't crystallize as easily as regular sugar, making it an ideal ingredient for baked goods and confections. Zahăr invertit has a similar sweetness to regular sugar, but also has the added benefit of retaining moisture in baked goods, resulting in a softer texture and longer shelf life. Its unique properties make it a popular ingredient in the food industry, particularly in the production of candies, jams, and frosting.

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