High Fructose Syrup

High Fructose Syrup (HFS), also called glucose-fructose or isoglucose, is a natural sweetener mixture of glucose and fructose that very similar to honey.As a liquid sweetener, it is an ideal substitute of sugar for carbonated beverages, ice cream, dairy products and beverages, as it gives out strong sweetness flavor especially in low temperature condition and is easier to handle than granulated sugar.HFS exhibits a sweetness synergy effect. The relative sweetness when blended with other sweeteners such as cane sugar, is perceived to be greater than the sweetness calculated from individual components.

The sweetness of fructose is perceived earlier than that of sucrose and diminishes more quickly than that of sucrose, which will prolong the fruit flavors in food.

HFS has higher solubility than other sugars therefore is difficult to crystallize from an aqueous solution. As fructose absorbs moisture quicker and releases slower than sucrose, glucose, or other nutritive sweeteners, HFS can contribute a more palatable texture, and longer shelf life to food products.

 


Xiangchi HFS is derived from NON-GM corn, through a processing series of liquefying, saccharification, membrane filtration, ion exchange, and de-color filtering shown below.


 

Packing options as follows:

22mt Flexi bag                                                              280KG PP Drum                                        25KG Tin can


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F42

Fructose is found naturally in many fruits and vegetables. Compared to sugar, high fructose corn syrup F42 is composed of 42% fructose, with the remaining sugars being primarily glucose. Its relative ratio over sweetness of sugar is 1.

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F55

HFS F55 is composed of 55 percent fructose, with the remaining sugars being primarily glucose. It is nearly identical to table sugar (sucrose), which is composed of 50 percent fructose and 50 percent glucose.

 

F90

 

F95


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