What is Invert Sugar? - Information and uses

What is Invert Sugar? - Information and uses

A syrup mixture of the monosaccharides glucose and fructose is known as inverted sugar syrup. It is also known as invert syrup, simple syrup, sugar syrup, sugar water, bar syrup, syrup USP, or sucrose inversion.

It is produced by hydrolytic saccharification of the disaccharide sucrose. An invert sugar is a combination whose optical rotation is the opposite of that of the original sugar.

Invert sugar is sweeter than table sugar, and foods using it keep their moisture better and crystallise less frequently than meals made with table sugar.

Invert syrup is more frequently used by bakers than other sweeteners. 

Products that contains Invert Sugar - 
5 Star Chocolate 

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