Fructose, also known as fruit sugar, is the sweetest sugar found in nature.
Fructose gives you a longer feeling of fullness. It is 1.4-1.8 times sweeter
than sugar. Fructose is suitable for use in dietetic foods for diabetics, as it
minimally affects the change in blood glucose levels.
Crystalline glucose is the final product of acid-enzymatic hydrolysis of corn
starch to high-glucose syrup (up to 95% glucose), followed by crystallization of
glucose in the cold (up to 50 ° C) and contains 1 molecule of water.
Glucose is an integral part of almost all confectionery..
Lactose, milk sugar
Lactose is a natural sugar present exclusively in dairy products and, of course,
in milk. Lactose is often called milk sugar.
Milk sugar, not fermented by yeast, is used in dairy (creamy) stouts.
- energy source;
- normalizes calcium metabolism in t..
It is enough just to add milk or water, to cook in a cold way.
No colorant or fragrance.
The product is made on the basis of cold swelling starch, alginate and milk
Resistant to freeze / thaw and high baking temperatures...
Dessert fillings can be homogeneous, with pieces of biscuit or nuts.
Dessert-flavored fillers can be brewed just for you using dark, white, milk
chocolate, vanilla, cinnamon, honey, caramel, coffee, nuts, toffee or your
favorite pastries such as tiramisu, panettone, apple strudel, lemon or bluebe..
Dry Glucose Syrup - is a mixture of edible saccharides produced by controlled
acid hydrolysis, purification and spray drying from edible corn starch
Industries of application:
- Baby food
- Food and dairy industry
- Fast food products
- Bakery and confectionery
- Ice cream
- White powder with a s..
Color (orange / yellow) pigment concentration 2.50-2.70% (butter, margarine,
cheese) 2.8%, liquid
The colorant, obtained by extracting annatto pigment from the seeds of the
annata tree, can be used to brighten the color of cheese, ice cream,
confectionery and many other foods and beverages. Anna..
Dye blue is a synthetic food additive of blue color (with a red tint), which
is used both in the food industry and in other sectors of the national economy.
The raw material for E133 is coal tar, and the dye itself is a powder or
granulate, which is practically insoluble in water.
During the man..