|Minimum Order Quantity||25 Kilogram|
|Packaging Size||25 Kg bags|
|Grade Standard||Food Grade|
An important difference is that fructose is up to twice as sweet as sucrose
, and sweeter than HFCS. This means less fructose can be used to achieve the same level of sweetness. Consequently fewer calories are consumed from foods of similar sweetness where fructose replaces sucrose or HFCS
and may reduce subsequent arousal of eating. Obesity and diabetes are unlikely to be caused by one particular food or food ingredient.
Fructose is absorbed from the intestine and partly metabolised already in the intestinal mucosa. The capacity for fructose absorption is, however, small compared with that for sucrose and glucose. It is readily converted in the liver with the result that levels of blood fructose are generally low.