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glucose fructose syrups

C☆TruSweet™ glucose-fructose syrups

Tailored sweetness, a wealth of functional benefits

C✩TruSweet glucose-fructose syrups – derived from corn or wheat starch – give food and beverages sweetness, nutritive, sensory and physical properties.

C✩TruSweet comes in a stable liquid form, is clear in color and as such does not require additional processing. It is a cost-effective alternative to invert sugar syrups and sugar-glucose-fructose syrup blends.

Our range of glucose-fructose syrups with a fructose content of 10%-47% gives these cereal sweeteners moderate to high relative sweetness. They offer a wealth of functional benefits, such as controlled browning and freezing point depression, next to significant cost and process efficiencies.  


Product offer

Product Profile Relative Sweetness Features
C✩TruSweet Fructose 10-35% From 60 to 83
  • Sweet honey-like taste impression to balance sweetness in food products and fruity beverages
  • Maintains taste profile
  • Provides mouthfeel and viscosity
C✩TruSweet™ ISO Fructose 42-47% From 92 to 100
  • Sweet taste profile, comparable to sucrose and to the sweetness level found naturally in fruits
  • Maintains taste profile
  • Cost-effective

Applications

Cereal Sweeteners Applications - Bakery Cereal Sweeteners Applications - Beverages Cereal Sweeteners Applications - Confectionery Cereal Sweeteners Applications - Culinary Cereal Sweeteners Applications - Dairy and Ice Cream Cereal Sweeteners Applications - Fruit Processing

 

Cargill Cereal Sweeteners

Cargill offers an extensive range of high-quality sweeteners based on a unique blending concept. Our flexible processes enable us to produce tailor-made glucose syrups and glucose-fructose blends, with functional and sweetness properties tailored and customized to suit individual customer needs.

 Some Cargill products are only approved for use in certain geographies, end uses, and/or at certain usage levels. It is the customer's responsibility to determine, for a particular geography, that (i) the Cargill product, its use and usage levels, (ii) the customer's product and its use, and (iii) any claims made about the customer's product, all comply with applicable laws and regulations.