Maltose is a disaccharide.
It is a sugar and quite sweet, but not as sweet as sucrose.
It’s the end product of starch digestion.
Maltose is frequently used in food manufacture because it has low allergenicity and a sweet taste.
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Maltose In Food
Maltose is composed of two glucose molecules joined together by a glycosidic bond. (source 🗗)
Maltose is a disaccharide that is produced as the end product of starch digestion.
Maltose is found naturally in raw cereals, vegetables and vegetable products, fruits, almonds, and pistachio nuts, as well as chicken. (source 🗗)
Maltose Make Your Food Taste Sweet
Maltose tastes sweet, but not as sweet as sucrose.
Maltose is frequently used in food manufacture, particularly in the production of foods for children, because it has low allergenicity and sweet taste.
Foods You Can Find Maltose In
You find Maltose mostly in snacks, baked products, cereal grains and pasta, and sweets.
Examples of food sources include
- Slim-Fast Optima Meal Bar
- White Rolls
- Classic French Dinner Rolls
- Gluten-Free White Bread
- Soft & Delicious White Sandwich Bread
- Soft & Hearty Whole Grain Bread
- Gluten-Free Whole Grain Bread
Maltose is also used in the manufacture of dietetic and sports foods, bread, wine, preserves, and beverages.
Because of their sweetness, maltose syrups are used in the production of a wide range of confectionery. (source 🗗)
Maltose are commonly used in many medicinal products. (source 🗗)
Maltose is also one of the main disaccharides present in beers, contributing approximately 14% of the total carbohydrates. (source 🗗)
Maltose has side-effects
Maltose has some side-effects that you can find in Maltose: 3 Research-Backed Side-Effects .
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