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Appearance Colorless without the impurity that can be seen by eye
Dry matter, % 71
DE Value, % 95
Ph 3.55.0
Chromo 0.025
Fructose, % 42
Transparency, % 98
Sulfated Ash, % 0.05
Sulfur dioxide, g/kg 0.02
Bacterium total, /g 1500
E. coll, /100g 30

High fructose corn syrup (HFCS) is a corn sweetener found in numerous foods and beverages on the grocery store shelves. HFCS is composed of either 42% or 55% fructose, with the remaining sugars being glucose and higher saccharides. As such, HFCS is extremely similar to regular table sugar (sucrose) , which is a 50/50 blend of fructose and glucose. There is very little pure fructose as a single sugar in the diet. It is usually found together with glucose
How Is HFCS Used?
HFCS is a preferred sweetener by many food and beverage manufacturers because of its high quality characteristics, including stability, high osmotic pressure, or crystallization control. For example, 42-HFCS is popular in canned fruits, condiments and other processed foods which need mild sweetness that won't mask natural flavors. Sweeter 55-HFCS has earned a commanding role in soft drinks, ice cream and frozen desserts