Invert Sugar Syrup ' or 'Invert Syrup' as it is commonly known is an
equimolecular ratio of Glucose and fructose in Aqueous Form. The product
is made from cane Sugar or Cane juice . The term "Invert" originates
from the effect on the polarimeter Sucrose a mixture of glucose and
fruclose "inverts" the Solutions. Compared to Pure because of this the
product is widely known as "Invert Syrup".
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Properties of invert sugar syrup
Crystallization Control: Invert Sugar is used to slow down and minimize the crystallization (the major problem area faced by food & beverage industry), thereby extending the shelf life of products.
Humectancy/ Moistness: Invert Sugar has a high affinity for water, for which it is used to maintain the product moisture, extending the acceptable Shelf life of the Product.
Flavour Enhancement: The Fructose in Invert Sugar syrup has a natural Affinity to fruit flavour. So it enhances the natural flavour of the products.
Water Activity Reduction/ High Osmotic Pressure: Invert Sugar increase the Osmotic Pressure much more than sucrose. Water is present but with a higher Osmotic Pressure which thus inhibits microbial growth in products increasing the shelf life.
Freezing Point Reduction: A low freezing point is important in ice cream and frozen desserts. The affinity for water for Invert Sugar prevents the formation of large ice crystals in the product like Ice Cream, Cocktails, Filling, Topping, etc.
Sweetness: Invert Sugar (50% inverted sugar) has an increased sweetness of 10% when compared to pure sugar.
Preservative Effect: Invert Sugar has a lower water activity than that of sucrose, and so can be used to give a greater preservative effect and hence increased shelf life by retaining the high quality of the product.
Cost Effectiveness: Being Ready-To-Use, it reduces operational cost as well as labour cost thereby increases productivity without compromising on the Quality.