invert sugar


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invert sugar

[′in‚vərt ‚shu̇g·ər]
(food engineering)
A mixture consisting of 50% glucose and 50% fructose, obtained by hydrolysis of sucrose, which absorbs water readily; used in the food industry.
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He also analyzed the food products for invert sugar, sodium benzoate, and salt.
Witness, in further evidence, emphasised the fact that with common care there was no danger of arsenic in glucose or invert sugar.
They can all harm your baby's teeth: glucose, glucose syrup, fructose, concentrated fruit juice, sucrose, dextrose, honey, invert sugar, maltose, hydrolysed starch.
Other sugars used in foods include invert sugar, corn syrup, high fructose corn syrup, honey, lactose (milk sugar) and other syrups.
Total invert sugar is a mixture of glucose and fructose formed by splitting sucrose in a process called inversion, which involves application of acids or enzymes.
Avoid Added Sugar: Look out for corn syrup, cane sugar, brown sugar, brown sugar syrup, dextrin, dextrose, dried cane syrup, glucose, fructose, high-fructose corn syrup, honey, invert sugar, lactose, maltodextrin, maltose, mannitol, molasses, natural sweeteners, polydextrose, raw sugar, sucrose syrup, turbinado sugar, xylitol, organic evaporated cane juice, evaporated cane juice, evaporated cane juice crystals, evaporated cane sugar and maple syrup.
Among these are brown sugar, dextrose, corn sweetener, fructose (as in high-fructose corn syrup), glucose, corn syrup, honey, invert sugar, maltose, lactose, malt syrup, molasses, raw sugar and sucrose.
It is made from a single-temperature mash of English Maris Otter pale malt and crystal malts," he reports, "with a single addition of English Goldings hops to the boil, invert sugar, and our own ale yeast in an open fermenter.
Other words used to describe added sugars include sucrose, glucose, fructose, maltose, hydrolysed starch and invert sugar, corn syrup and honey.
This term includes any naturally-oc-curring sugars that are found in vegetables, grains, fruits or dairy products, as well as other added sweeteners, such as those mentioned above, including corn syrup, high fructose corn syrup, lactose, dextrose, maltose, invert sugar and fructose.