Sugar

Sugar is the generalized name for sweet, short-chain, soluble carbohydrates (composed of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen). Sugar is found naturally in many foods e.g. fruits, vegetables, honey, malt products, cereals, milk etc. Sugar can be divided in the following categories:
 

  • Monosaccharide – e.g. glucose, fruc... Read More

Sugar is the generalized name for sweet, short-chain, soluble carbohydrates (composed of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen). Sugar is found naturally in many foods e.g. fruits, vegetables, honey, malt products, cereals, milk etc. Sugar can be divided in the following categories:
 

  • Monosaccharide – e.g. glucose, fructose, galactose 
  • Disaccharide – e.g. sucrose, maltose, lactose
  • Oligosaccharide – e.g. Fructo-oligosaccharides, Galacto – oligosaccharides
 
A sugar substitute is a food additive that provides a sweet taste like that of sugar while containing significantly less food energy. Some sugar substitutes are natural and some are synthetic. Those that are not natural are, in general, called artificial sweeteners.
 
Sugar is used in the food industry for:
  • Providing sweetness
  • Serving as preservatives in jams and jellies
  • Increasing the boiling point or reducing the freezing point of foods
  • Allowing fermentation by yeast
  • Reacting with amino acids to produce colour and flavour compounds important to the taste and golden brown colour of baked goods
  • Making foods that have limited moisture content crisp
 
Sugar is used in non- food industry for:
  • Slowing the setting of cement and glues
  • Making certain types of detergents
  • Sizing and finishing fabrics in the textile industry
  • Making certain pharmaceuticals
  • Making renewable chemicals
 
The research reports and profiles listed in sugar category provide extensive range of market conditions, product trends, market data and analysis.Read Less

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Alpha-L-Rhamnose is natural deoxy sugar.  It can be extracted from poison sumac, buckthorn (rhamnus), and genus uncaria plants. It is a...

May 2017
3,950.00

Alpha-L-Rhamnose is natural deoxy sugar, which is extracted from poison sumac, buckthorn (rhamnus), and genus uncaria plants. It can increase the...

May 2017
3,950.00

Alpha-L-Rhamnose is natural deoxy sugar, which is extracted from poison sumac, buckthorn (rhamnus), and genus uncaria plants. It can increase the...

May 2017
3,950.00

Alpha-L-Rhamnose is natural deoxy sugar and can be extracted from poison sumac, buckthorn (rhamnus), and genus uncaria plants. It is a component...

May 2017
3,950.00

Sorbitols are isomers of mannitol, which are sugar alcohols and sweet in taste. Also known as glucitol, it is slowly metabolized by human body....

May 2017
3,950.00

Maltitols are sugar alcohol, which are as sweet as table sugar i.e. sucrose. They are good substitute to sugar with similar properties of sucrose....

May 2017
3,950.00

Mannitols are colourless crystalline sugar alcohol found in plants that taste like sucrose. Mannitols are naturally occurring polyols, mostly...

May 2017
3,950.00

Polyols are carbohydrates without sugar. This makes them a potential substitute for sugar-free sweeteners. They can be classified as polyether...

May 2017
3,950.00

The Global Dextrose Monohydrate Market Research Report provides a detailed market overview along with the analysis of industry’s gross...

February 2017
2,900.00

The China Stevia Industry 2016 Market Research Report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Stevia industry. The...

January 2016
3,200.00

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