Liquid glucose is colorless or light yellow, viscous syrup that is derived from purified corn starch through hydrolysis by the double enzyme method, decoloration, ion exchange and purification. It has a moderately sweet flavor and is a starch sugar product that is widely used in the food industry. Liquid glucose has high viscosity, humidity, sweetness and pervasion. It also has such advantages as anti-crystallinity and a lower freezing point. It is widely used in candy and beverages.
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