Glucose Syrup

We are now launching Glucose Syrup in a handy little 400 g bottle.

Glucose Syrup is a mixture of different types of sugar that have been extracted from wheat starch. Glucose Syrup is different from our other syrups because of the raw materials used. And Glucose Syrup is not as sweet as ordinary syrup.

It is used primarily for ice-cream and similar products, and also in baking. Glucose Syrup inhibits crystallisation giving ice-cream, for example, a creamy and soft consistency. Glucose Syrup similarly prevents caramel from crystallising and becoming grainy.

Our Glucose Syrup is extracted from wheat starch but, because it is reduced during the extraction process, the gluten content is less than 0.002% (<20ppm).
As the gluten content is less than 0.002%, the product can be declared gluten free.

Nutritional values per 100 g

Energy 1300 kJ/310 kcal
Fat 0 g
- of which saturates 0 g
Carbohydrates 77 g
- of which sugars 23 g
Protein 0 g
Salt 0 g

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