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SweetPure M

SweetPure™ M Wheat & Barley Malt Syrup 

Today’s consumers want it all. Simpler labels and less processed foods, made with recognizable ingredients are a priority. At the same time, consumers are adjusting their taste profiles, opting for more balanced and less overtly sweet products. 

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SweetPure™ M Wheat and Barley Malt Syrup offers similar functionality to a syrup high in maltose but is a more recognizable, label-friendly ingredient. Obtained from the treatment of wheat starch with barley malt, SweetPure™ M is only mildly processed and meets ISO natural definition.

Thanks to its mild sweetening properties, medium viscosity, grainy taste and color, it’s a perfect fit for bakery and cereal applications. 

Label-friendly ingredient 
A nature-derived syrup from wheat and malted barley which answers consumers’ need for recognizable, less processed ingredients.

ISO natural definition
Undergoing only mild filtration, SweetPure™ meets ISO natural definition, and is fit for use in end-products wanting to make a natural claim.**

* ISO/TS 19657:2017 ( )

** Customers are in charge of how to communicate on naturality (depending on the country & their own policies).

SweetPure™ has proven performance in biscuits, coating for cereals and as a binder in cereal bars.

Applications and Benefits


  • 60% declarable sugars 
  • Medium viscosity
  • Medium relative sweetness


Full-calorie sweetener (4 kcal/g), providing energy for body and brain.

Production process

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EU Labeling & Legislation

Wheat & barley malt syrup is regulated under the EC Directive 2001/111/EC relating to certain sugars intended for human consumption.

We recommend including wheat and barley malt syrup in the ingredient declaration on the labels of finished foods and beverages.

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