Liquid Glucose CAS no. 8027-56-3, synonyms glucose syrup, is a liquid sweetener used to keep icings and baked goods moist and soft. Liquid Glucose manufacturing process from refined starch by acid hydrolysis or enzyme treatment following the process of refining and concentration. Depending on the process used with different (dextrose equivalent) DE, chemical composition of liquid glucose contains glucose, maltose and higher oligosaccharides. Liquid Glucose appears colorless or yellowish and has a low, sweet taste. As a professional supplier of Liquid Glucose, we supply Liquid Glucose DE value 40-60 food grade/pharma grade. Glucose is also available in solid form as Dextrose Anhydrous and Dextrose Monohydrate.
Liquid Glucose Specification
|Appearance||Thick transparent liquid, no visible impurities|
|Smell||With a special smell of maltose|
|Taste||Moderate and pure sweet, no odor|
|Color||Colorless or slightly yellow|
|Coliform bacteria (cfu/ml)||≤30|
|Pathogenic (salmonella)||No exist|
Raw Materials price: Prices of raw material starch are stable.
Market demand and supply : demand and supply is stable. Production capacity of the Liquid Glucose manufacturers didn’t change much.
Market Forecast: Considering the current market trend, price of Liquid Glucose will be stable in the coming months.
Liquid Glucose gluten free
Liquid glucose is gluten free and widely used in gluten free food as a sweetener.
Liquid Glucose is general recognized as halal.
As a food sweetener, Liquid Glucose is general recognized as Kosher classified as Parve.
Liquid Glucose is considered safe, the side effects may: result in the swelling of the oral cavity, tightness in the chest and severe allergic reactions such as rashes, itching and hives.
Liquid Glucose also called Corn syrup, can be used in the candy and bakery industry as a sweetener. Liquid Glucose helps to maintain softness in foods such as bread, puddings, and cakes. It is also used in cold beverage production.
It is used for improving the flavor, and extending the shelf life in soft candy, bread, cake etc. Liquid Glucose is also used to maintain the flavor and extend the shelf life in preserved fruits, glazed fruits, jams etc.