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Invert Sugar


Taste Profile

It is sweeter than table sugar.

Usage Tips

  1. Invert sugar promotes retention of moisture and commercially used in various foods such as baked goods, confections or fruit preserves and beverages to enhance flavor and texture and prolong shelf life.
  2. It is also used by manufacturers as it gives smooth mouth feel to candies and frostings

Common names and forms

  1. Invert Cane Syrup
  2. Invert Sugar Syrup
  3. Invert Syrup
  4. Partially Inverted Sugar Syrup
  5. Partially Inverted Syrup


Invert sugar is a mixture of dextrose and fructose produced from sugar (sucrose) by application of heat and an acid such as cream of tartar or citric acid.It affects the sweetness, solubility and amount of crystallization in candymaking. It is also known as artificial honey.


Invert sugar can cause weight gain, diabetes or cardiovascular diseases.(1)

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