Question by jake: How can a company say a drink is “all natural” and then use highfructous corn syrup?
I don’t really see how highfructous corn syrup can be considered “all natural”. If I am not mistaken corn needs to be altered to create it. Sugar on the other hand can be used right off the cane?
Answer by TexasDon
It is made much like they you would make cheese. Add enzymes to “corn juice” heat and there go. Mainly consist of fructose and glucose. Where as sugar is made up of sucrose and glucose. It requires many gallons of cane liqueur boiled down before it will make sugar crystals. Like you can take about 40 gallons of maple tree sap to make on gallon of maple syrup.
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