What is Invert Sugar?
Invert sugar is formed by hydrolyzing sucrose into its two component sugars, glucose, and fructose.
Invert sugar is often used as a sweetening agent in beverages such as coffee, tea, and iced drinks. It dissolves easily in cold liquids and provides a consistent sweetness without the graininess associated with granulated sugar.
Invert Sugar Distributor & Supplier Information
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