Crystalline fructose 

Region

Americas
Other regions: Europe, Middle East & Africa

Market

Food and Beverage

Applications

beverages, dairy, bakery and cereals, confections

Crystalline fructose is a nutritive sweetener, processed from high-fructose corn syrup into free-flowing crystals or a pure white syrup. Pure fructose is the sweetest of all naturally-occurring carbohydrate sweeteners. Crystalline fructose has high relative sweetness, high solubility, and synergy with nutritive and non-nutritive sweeteners.

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Sports drinks

KRYSTAR® - sweetness with lower calories 

KRYSTAR® crystalline fructose has been developed to have exceptional sweetness synergy and flavor enhancement. Its high solubility and low aW (water activity) content help extend shelf life and keep the glycaemic index low. KRYSTAR allows food manufacturers to use less of other sweeteners, flavors, and acids, and to reduce calories.

Applications 

Product KRYSTAR® 300 KRYSTAR® 300U KRYSTAR® 450 Powdered KRYSTAR® Liquid KRYSTAR®
Form or Granulation  Standard  Standard / USP Grade Coarse  Powder  Liquid
Carbonated drinks

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Powdered beverages

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Sports drinks/ enhanced waters

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Dairy drinks/ yogurts puddings / gelatins

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Bakery fillings

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Cereal coatings

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Baked goods

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Confections

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Reduced calorie

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Pharma

 

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Wine

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The information contained on this site should not be construed as recommending the use of our product in violation of any patent, or as warranties (expressed or implied) of non infringement or its fitness for any particular purpose.  Prospective purchasers are advised to conduct their own tests, studies and regulatory review to determine the fitness of Tate & Lyle products for their particular purposes, product claims or specific applications.

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