High Fructose Syrup VS Sugar

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High fructose syrup and sugar are the most visible sweeteners in our lives. From a chemical point of view, the difference between the two is that fructose is a monosaccharide, and the sugar that is eaten daily is sucrose or polysaccharide, and the polysaccharide can be decomposed into monosaccharide glucose and fructose.

Fructose is widely found in fruits, honey, and vegetables. In industrial foods, fructose is added to foods in the form of high fructose syrup. The high-fructose syrup sold by Tongli Food in Wuhu Deli Foods Co., LTD uses rice, corn, and cassava as raw materials to extract high-fructose syrup.  Fructose is sweeter than glucose and sucrose in terms of sweetness compared to other sugars. Most of the rock sugar, white sugar, brown sugar, etc. that we eat in our daily life are all sucrose. Sucrose is also a natural carbohydrate found in cereals, vegetables, and fruits. Widely used in industrial foods for candies, cans, beverages, bread and ice cream. Fructose is a simple sugar that can be absorbed directly into the blood by the small intestine without undergoing a decomposition process. Sucrose is a disaccharide that must be broken down into monosaccharides before it can be absorbed by the body. The enzyme secreted by the mouth will decompose a part of sucrose into glucose and fructose, and gastric acid will also decompose a part of sucrose into glucose and fructose, but most of the sucrose is broken down into monosaccharides in the small intestine. Fructose is much better than sucrose on the palate, but overdosing can lead to obesity.

We specialize in producing high fructose syrup for more than ten years and look forward to your consultation.

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