62/43 Corn Syrup is an acid-enzyme converted syrup. It has a pleasant taste and odor, and is somewhat sweeter and less viscous than regular syrup. It contains a higher proportion of dextrose and maltose than regular syrup, and is lower in high molecular weight carbohydrates. The high proportion of fermentable carbohydrates, along with increased sweetness make it especially useful in baked goods such as bread, rolls, etc. The lower viscosity and high sweetness level provide desirable properties in nougats, fondants, etc.
Our Light Corn Syrup is a delicious syrup with a hint of vanilla comparable to Karo Syrup.
Ingredients: corn syrup, high fructose corn syrup, vanilla, salt.
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Congealed Invert is an invert sugar product which provides humectant and texturing properties in candy and bakery products. It is a viscous, homogenous blend of minutely-sized sugar crystals and syrup which retains moisture in end products, thus extending shelf life.