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high fructose corn syrup
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High fructose corn syrup, essentially a liquid alternative to sugar that is derived from corn kernels, is known in Europe as glucose-fructose syrup or isoglucose.
Between them, members states can now produce 14m tonnes of sugar and isoglucose (high fructose corn syrup) a year - a reduction of almost 6m tonnes.
The Saragossa starch factory in Spain will have its product portfolio increased, in replacement of isoglucose production.
A number of factories are situated on the very bank of the river, close enough to scoop or suck raw materials directly from the holds of ships, and are at work producing some of the less celebrated ingredients behind the smooth functioning of our utilitarian civilisation: the polyols added to toothpaste to help it retain its moisture, the citric acid used to stabilise laundry detergent, the isoglucose to sweeten cereal, the glyceryl tristearate to make soap and the xanthan gum to ensure the viscosity of gravy.