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Sukrin caramel syrup 450 g

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SUKRIN Caramel syrup 450 g Here is the new sugar free Syrup. Delicious and silky taste! Description Try the new members of the Sukrin range, Sukrin Gold, Sukrin Caramel and Sukrin Maple Syrups. The new caramel syrup is a fibre-rich syrup that is a healthy alternative to traditional sugar syrups and caramel, and is also completely gluten-free, lactose-free, fructose-free and vegan. Made without genetic engineering! ? high in fibre ? guaranteed gluten-free ? natural sweetness, no added sugar Sukrin syrups are naturally rich in fibre, pleasantly sweet, and all with absolutely zero added sugar. Read more about the ingredients Cornstarch Resistant starch is produced from pure glucose extracted from GMO-free maize and converted into components that cannot be digested by human digestive enzymes. The process is called enzymatic hydrolysis. Enzymatic hydrolysis is a common form of hydrolysis that can be reproduced in nature. The ripening of fruit, for example, results in the loosening and softening of the flesh tissues, making the skin easily peelable. Industrial applications include the starch breakdown of maize and the enzymatic fermentation of fruit juices. In the food industry, organic compounds are broken down into their constituents by hydrolysis. Hydrolysis is a water-absorbing chemical decomposition that rarely takes place without a catalyst, but only under the effect of heat. According to the catalysts used, hydrolysis can be distinguished into aqueous, acid, alkaline and enzymatic hydrolysis. Hydrolysis is used in many branches of the food industry. Protein hydrolysis is used to produce food flavourings and nutrients. Starch hydrolysis is used to produce starch syrup and starch sugar. Fats are hydrolysed to make soap and fatty acids. Sorbitol Sorbitol is a sugar alcohol with a GI index of about 9. It is added to Sukrin Syrup to achieve the best possible taste experience. Use of Sukrin alone in syrup could result in crystallisation. Eritritol Eritritol is one and the same as erythritol - a calorie-free sugar alcohol with a GI index of 0. Eritritol is produced by natural fermentation and contains no artificial additives. Steviol glycosides Steviol glycosides are obtained from the leaves of the Stevia plant. Its concentrate is 250-300 times sweeter than regular sugar. Molasses Molasses is a thick sugar syrup, a by-product of the processing of sugar beet or sugar cane into sugar. More specifically, the syrup separated by centrifugation at the final stage of crystallisation in sugar beet is called molasses. Just a minimal amount is added to the syrup to really round out the taste of Sukrin Syrups. Salt We also added a small amount of salt to the Syrup to balance the flavors. Nutritional information (per 100g of product): Energy 607 kJ / 149 kcal Fat 0 g - of which saturated fatty acids 0 g Carbohydrate 21 g - Of which sugar 1,8 g -of which polyols 14 g Fibre 49 g Protein 0 g Salt 0,07 g Ingredients. From maize

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