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 What is sucrose in plants?

Answer 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 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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How is sucrose digested?

Sucrose, or table sugar, is a combination of two sugar molecules or monosaccharides--glucose and fructose. Digestion is the chemical and mechanical breakdown of food into nutrients. Before digestio... Read More »
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What happens when sucrose is heated?

Sucrose, commonly known as table sugar, is an organic compound made up of one molecule of fructose and one molecule of glucose. As sucrose is heated, it passes through the various stages important ... Read More »
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What Is Sucrose Cocoate?

Sucrose cocoate is a natural chemical ingredient sourced from coconuts, and is widely used in the commercial preparation of cosmetics, particularly skin cleansers and moisturizers.
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