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Sorbitol syrup

Used as a stabilizer or sweetener, with a sweetening power about 60% that of sucrose.
Sorbitol syrup (E420) is a natural compound found in red algae and in many berries and fruits, such as apples, pears, plums, cherries and sorbs, from which it takes its name. It can be obtained in the laboratory by reduction of glucose with sodium tetrahydroborate, or industrially through a process of hydrogenation of glucose syrup. In the food industry, it is used as a stabilizer or sweetener, with a sweetening power about 60% that of sucrose. It occurs as a clear, viscous aqueous solution with a slightly sweet taste and neutral odor.

Sorbitol syrup.

Preliminary laboratory tests are recommended to determine the quantity to add to the product.

Add homogenizing to the mass.

IBC.
Store in a cool, dry place, away from heat sources.

Sorbitol syrup (E420) is a natural compound found in red algae and in many berries and fruits, such as apples, pears, plums, cherries and sorbs, from which it takes its name. It can be obtained in the laboratory by reduction of glucose with sodium tetrahydroborate, or industrially through a process of hydrogenation of glucose syrup. In the food industry, it is used as a stabilizer or sweetener, with a sweetening power about 60% that of sucrose. It occurs as a clear, viscous aqueous solution with a slightly sweet taste and neutral odor.

Sorbitol syrup.

Preliminary laboratory tests are recommended to determine the quantity to add to the product.

Add homogenizing to the mass.

IBC.
Store in a cool, dry place, away from heat sources.

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