Go Clean Label With Sugaright: Replacing HFCS With Liquid Sugar
With many consumers concerned about the correlation between the consumption of HFCS and health issues, many food companies are replacing HFCS with sucrose (cane or beet sugar). And when non-GMO is required, then liquid cane sugar is the preferred option, as almost all corn based sweeteners and beet sugar produced in the US come from genetically modified raw materials.
If your company is considering making the switch, the technical team at Sugaright is available to help answer your questions:
What is the difference between HFCS and sugar?
What about calories and sweetness?
What is the conversion ratio between HFCS and Liquid Sucrose?
Come visit us at IFT Food Expo Booth V221 to begin the conversation, or contact us at email@example.com.