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Use of sucrose as a sweetener in foods



Use of sucrose as a sweetener in foods



Cereal Foods World. 35(4): 384-389



This article discusses the use of sugar as a food sweetener. Topics included are comparisons of sugars, products of the sugar industry, processing techniques and uses of sucrose in foods and beverages.

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