December 4, 2017

Crystalline grape sugars: How a technological advance created a natural, GMO-free sweetener

Grape sugar is an ingredient of great interest for the wine, food and beverage sectors. However, the range of applications is limited by the syrup’s liquid form and fixed sugar composition. These factors have restricted the use of a sugar that is otherwise well suited to today’s consumer demands for natural, free-from sweeteners. Now, Naturalia Ingredients is lifting the restrictions.


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