Pure Fructose Granulated Powder ☮ Vegan ❤ Gluten-Free ✡ OU Kosher Certified - 1kg/2.2lbs/36oz.
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|Package Weight||1.05 Kilograms|
|Material Type Free||Gluten Free|
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- ☮ Fructose is a natural sugar derived from fruits and plants
- ✡ Highest Quality Ingredients Assured by Strict Orthodox Union Certification Standards
- Sweetest naturally occurring sugar
- Synergistic with sucrose. 50/50 blend creates an even sweeter taste than either on their own, allowing you to use less sugar in recipe.
- Can be used to improve texture and stability in baked goods and browns nicely to improve appearance
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Fructose is the sweetest of all naturally occurring sugars. It is a major constituent of many fruits, berries, vegetables, honey, sucrose, and high fructose corn syrup (HFCS). It may be used alone, or in combination with other sweeteners, in a variety of food products. The relative sweetness of fructose is 117 when compared to sucrose at 100. Additionally, fructose and sucrose are synergistically sweet; a 50/50 blend achieves a relative sweetness of 128. This allows for a reduction in sweetener and calories without a reduction in sweetness perception.
This product is certified Kosher (Pareve) by the Orthodox Union
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 2 x 10 x 15 inches; 7.05 Ounces
- UPC : 819543010540
- Manufacturer : Modernist Pantry
- ASIN : B07HHJGX8K
- Best Sellers Rank: #65,990 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
- #464 in Sugar Substitutes
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Fructose has a lower glycemic index than sucrose, with fructose prompting a 65-percent-lower rise in blood sugar. Fructose doesn't raise insulin levels, and regular consumers of fructose usually have lower concentrations of blood glucose than regular consumers of sucrose. Fructose, however, has about the same nutritional value as sucrose -- 15 and 15.5 calories, respectively, and no vitamins or minerals -- so it contributes to fat storage the same way sugar does when consumed in excess.
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