Glucose DE 29 Organic
Glucose is a naturally occurring chemical compound. This glucose powder is also called D-glucose. D-glucose is also called dextrose. D-glucose is a monosaccharide (simple sugar), a subcategory of carbohydrates. It is an important source of energy. Glucose is made by plants and most algae through photosynthesis (conversion of light into carbohydrates).
Dextrose Equivalent (DE)
The DE number of the glucose says something about the binding and sweetening power of the glucose and depends on the degree to which hydrolysis is applied. Starch is converted into Glucose by hydrolysis. On a scale of 0 - 100, 0 is pure starch and 100 is pure glucose. The lower the number, the higher the binding power of the product. The higher the number, the higher the sweetening power.
Glucose powder DE 29 is dehydrated glucose syrup. It prevents recrystallization of sugar in candy. It also gives elasticity to a product and keeps sweet preparations such as cakes and truffles soft.
Glucose powder can be used in dry mixes and in solutions. Due to its special carbohydrate spectrum, it can be used to reduce sweetness and improve mouth feel.
Premium Glucose DE 29 Organic
Glucose DE 29 Organic from Holyflavours is an organically certified product of premium quality. Thanks to this certificate, you know that what you buy has been created with an eye and care for people and nature.
The organic natural sweeteners we select come from various regions of the world. All products are checked in Europe and often also packaged.
The ORGANIC quality mark stands for 100% controlled organic and reliable. These ingredients are therefore guaranteed free of all kinds of additives such as sugars, fats and comply with all European pesticide requirements. The quality of our products is regularly checked.
|Recommended Use||According to taste|
|Private Label possible?||Yes|
|Energy (kcal/kJ)||368 kcal / 1615 KJ|
|Of Which Sugars||14 g|
|Sodium||< 0.01 g|
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