corn sugar


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Related to corn sugar: High fructose corn syrup, Priming sugar
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dextrose made by hydrolysis of cornstarch

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dextrose used as sweetening agent

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Ingredients * 2 pounds, 5 ounces American 2-row pale malt * 7 ounces crystal malt 40L * 4 ounces crystal malt 60L * 4 pounds, 2 ounces light dried malt extract * 1 ounce 'Centennial' hops at 10 percent alpha acids * 1 tsp Irish moss * 1/4 tsp yeast nutrients * 2 ounces Cascade hops at 5 percent alpha acids, divided * 1 ounce Cascade dry hops * 11-gram package Fermentis US-05 dry ale yeast * 5 ounces corn sugar
Its use has also been encouraged as research has shown that sugar and HFCS (namely HFCS 55, the corn sugar used in beverage-making) have the same effect on human health and metabolism.
Mirel bioplastics, made from corn sugar, are reportedly biobased and biodegradable in natural soil and water environments, home composting systems and industrial composting facilities, where available.
TATE & Lyle yesterday said it had increased the price of corn sugar by up to 20%, in a move that could mark the beginning of a fresh round of price hikes for a range of products from soft drinks to bread.
TATE & LYLE yesterday said it had increased the price of corn sugar by up to 20% in a move that could mark the beginning of a fresh round of price rises for a range of products from soft drinks to bread.
Corn-based plastics are made by fermenting corn sugar to produce lactic acid.
These products have 60% biodegradable content, consisting of injection molded barrels, nosecones, and clips of Mirel PHA bioplastic, made from microbial fermentation of corn sugar.
SmartStrand Carpet with Dupont Sorona uses fiber made with Bio-PDO, which is produced from corn sugar.
This product, which is made from corn sugar and is a result of an alliance with global giants Tate and Lyle and DuPont, is now in use on Flybe's fleet.
Wacker Biochem informed us that they produce L-cysteine through a microbial fermentation process developed in 2001 using corn sugar as the growth medium.
Corn sugar is almost entirely glucose, which yeast readily ferments into ethanol, Donohue says.
These include corn sugar, corn syrup, dextrose, fructose, glucose, glucose syrup, high-fructose glucose syrup, honey, invert sugar, invert sugar syrup, isoglucose, levulose, maltose, molasses, sucrose and sucrose syrup.
The Loudon facility produces 1,3 propanediol (Bio-PDO(TM)) from renewable resources -- in this case corn sugar -- making it the first facility in the world to manufacture this new bio-based product.
To overcome this reliance on petroleum, some companies have experimented with creating polymers from substances such as corn sugar, then weaving the resulting threads into fabrics.
The skirt's fabric is woven from the new compostable biotech fiber Ingeo, made from dextrose corn sugar.