Dextrose anhydrous

Glucose anhydrous

Roquette

Monomer of the starch chain, this natural sugar has long been used as a sweetener and texturizer.

Definition

Purified D-Glucose not containing crystallization water 


Properties

Caloric value: 4 kcal/g

Molecular weight: 180.16 g/mol

Sweetening power: 70 % that of sugar



Applications

Sweetener (chocolate, spread, biscuits, pastries, powdered drinks, etc.)

Candy filling (powder)

Ice creams

Aroma carrier

Energy source (drinks, confectionery, etc.)

Bulking agent (chocolate, drinks, powder mixes, etc.)


Conformity

CODEX STAN - 212 - 1999. 

Directive 2001/111/EC (JOCE L. 10 of January 12, 2002). 

FOOD CHEMICALS CODEX, 4th edition. 

US Code of federal regulations - 21 CFR 168.110. 

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