Food Grade Liquid Glucose from Rice!

Glucose syrup is a liquid sweetener that is commonly used in commercial foods to enhance flavor and shelf life.
Liquid glucose is an aqueous solution of nutritional saccharide generated by starch hydrolysis with corn and rice as raw materials, purified, and concentrated into needed solids. It is often an odorless and transparent yellow viscous liquid sweet syrup that is produced and stored under sanitary conditions. It has a wide range of potential uses and is most useful when significant amounts of inverted sugar are needed. It additionally contains anti-crystalline properties, a lower freezing point, and a greater degree of sweetening power when compared to sucrose. The synonyms include liquid glucose, glucose syrup, and corn syrup.