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polydextrose, modified


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A randomly bonded glucose polymer prepared by heating glucose and sorbitol with citric acid. It is resistant to enzymic digestion and 60% is excreted in faeces, so providing only about 1 kcal (4 kJ)/g; hence termed ‘non-sweetening sucrose replacement’, or bulking agent.

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