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High Fructose Corn Syrup

by James H. food additives professional
High fructose corn syrup (HFCS),Cas no.977042-84-4, HS170260 is a natural sweetener made from corn starch, is a type of processed corn syrup, available as light yellow clear liquid.
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High fructose corn syrup (HFCS),Cas no.977042-84-4, HS170260 is a natural sweetener made from corn starch, is a type of processed corn syrup, available as light yellow clear liquid. Glucose is converted into fructose to get the desired sweetness. The Fructose:Glucose ratio can be 42:53(HFCS-42), 55:42(HFCS-55), or 90:10(HFCS-90). High Fructose Corn Syrup is widely used as sweetener in food and beverage. CAS# 977042-84-4, is a type of processed corn syrup, available as light yellow clear liquid. Glucose is converted into fructose to get the desired sweetness. HFCS is used worldwide as a sweetener as it is easier to handle than granulated sugar, and since the price of the raw material, corn, is more stable due to government subsidies and a wider worldwide base of production, than sugar cane. Use of HFCS peaked in the late 1990s; demand decreased due to public concern about a possible link between HFCS and metabolic diseases like obesity and diabetes. - See more at: http://www.yameiaspartame.com/products/high-fructose-corn-syrup/

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