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Organic Glucose Syrup

Appearance: White Syrup

Other Form: Powder, Granule

What’s Organic Glucose Syrup?

Organic glucose syrup uses organic corn starch as a raw material. After a series of processes such as concentration, crystallization, dehydration, and filtration, it is converted into glucose syrup.

Glucose (chemical formula C6H12O6) is also known as corn dextrose, maize sugar, or dextrose for short. It is a polyhydroxy aldehyde, soluble in water, slightly soluble in ethanol, but insoluble in ether and aromatic hydrocarbons. It is mostly used in food processing, printing and dyeing, and the leather industry.

We produce various grades of organic glucose with different DE values and sugar components. Each type has different characteristics and can meet various applications in different food industries.

As a professional manufacturer and supplier of organic glucose powder, we use high-quality corn to produce, process and store in strict accordance with EU and USDA organic standards. Our organic glucose is 100% traceable.

We also provide organic glucose powder. All our glucose products are produced in accordance with the organic regulations of the European Union and the United States Department of Agriculture.

Specification

Product name Organic Glucose Syrup
Description Light syrup
Identification Conforms
Specific Rotation +52.0°~53.5°
Acidity ≤1.2ml
De-Equivalent ≥99.5%
Chloride ≤0.02%
Sulfate ≤0.02%
Insoluble Matter In Alcohol Clear
Sulfite and Soluble Starch Yellow
Moisture ≤9.5%
Ash ≤0.2%
Iron ≤0.002%
Heavy Metal ≤0.002%
Arsenic ≤0.0002%
Color Dots ≤40cfu/50g
Bacilli ≤1000pcs/g
Mildew/leaf Mold ≤100pcs/g
Intestines Bacillus None

Applications

In the food industry and beverage industries, it is used as a sweetener, nutrient, and filler.

Industrially, it can be used as a nutrient solution to prepare oral liquid or intravenous injection.

In the tanning industry, sole leather and suitcase leather are used as reducing agents.