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 What is sucrose acetate isobutyrate?

Answer Commonly abbreviated SAIB, sucrose acetate isobutyrate is a chemical substance that beverage manufacturers worldwide consider safe for use in consumer products. Once ingested, it leaves the body vi... Read More »
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What is sucrose in?

Sucrose is another name for common white table sugar. It occurs naturally in sugar beets, sugarcane, fruits and vegetables. Sucrose is added to items such as baked goods, beer and wine, soft drinks... Read More »
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What is sucrose syrup?

Sucrose is the name for the chemical compound that comprises table sugar. Unlike man-made alternatives, notably high-fructose corn syrup, sucrose is a naturally-occurring product of photosynthesis.... Read More »
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What is sucrose in plants?

About 120 million tons of sugar or sucrose is processed each year for human consumption. About 121 countries produce sugar to sweeten cakes, coffees and cereals. Plants, however, create sucrose to ... Read More »
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What is in Melanotan Acetate?

Melanotan Acetate (MT-2), commonly used as a weight-loss drug, has a chemical formula of C50H69N15O9. Its stable form is as a white or off-white powder. Melanotan Acetate is not FDA approved as of ... Read More »
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