corn sugar


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corn sugar

[′kȯrn ‚shu̇g·ər]
(biochemistry)
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The ingredients manufacturer said it had been forced to raise the price of corn sugar to maintain its profit margins, following a 40% rise in the cost of corn over the past year.
Clothes made from farm waste are still years away from hitting the stores, but clothes made from organic or recycled fabrics and products made from coconut, bamboo, and corn sugar are already available in many places.
Although there is a great deal of buzz about E85 and biodiesel, DuPont Engineering Polymers is doing its part for automotive sustainability by launching a family of high-performance thermoplastic resins and elastomers based on renewable resources--like corn sugar.
They also have maltodextrin and polydextrose (two relatives of the corn sugar dextrose).
In 2006, DuPont will switch to a fermentation method to make its 1,3-propanediol from corn sugar.
By commercializing "natural plastics" made from renewable resources such as corn sugar, Metabolix Inc.
Maltodextrin is derived from corn sugar, which is non-GMO and gluten-free.
Then it is placed hi high temperature fermenters that break down the corn sugar into ethanol and water; a series of boiling and condensing processes squeezes out most of the water, leaving fuel-grade ethanol, which is essentially 199-proof vodka.
It is a bitter irony that most of the subsidies to agriculture, subsidies that come from our tax dollars, go to farmers growing corn for corn sugar and grains for meat.
The company produces the products through the fermentation of corn sugar using a closed system process to ensure purity, For more information, contact Bob Jungk, tel: 877-731-1031, extension 7.
It can be manufactured through a bio process based on corn sugar.
The organism converts renewable corn sugar into reliably pure, consistent, and commercially viable amounts of PDO.