Invert sugar is a mixture of both glucose and fructose. It is created by chemically separating sucrose into its components, glucose and fructose. This type of sugar mixture is used in many candies due to its high fructose content, thus giving the substance the ability to crystallize less quickly.

Health considerations

See: GlucoseFructose.

Keep in mind

See: GlucoseFructose.

May be found in

Sweet beverages, liqueurs, sweets, fruit preserves, jams


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Alternative Spellings and Names

Invert sugar syrup, inverted sugar syrup

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