What is INVERTASE?

What is INVERTASE?

Is a enzyme chemical catalizer, it turns solid sugar into liquid sugar, usually after a product is made.


Where does INVERTASE come from?

It is made from yeasts. Also it can be collected from bee's, bees produce invertase so they can transform pollen and nectar into honey. It is sometimes called; beta-fructofuranosidase, saccharase, or fermvertase. 


More information about INVERTASE.

Some chocolate covered cherries, and caramel chocolate candy bars include invertase, which liquifies the sugar inside. Once the candy is made, it has at least a couple of days to a couple of weeks in storage so that the invertase can do its work.

   

Comments:

  1. John Malloy
    Is Humectant (Invertase), vegan ? In Morrisons Dark Chocolate Mint Cremes ?

  2. John Malloy
    Is Humectant (Invertase), vegan ? In Morrisons Dark Chocolate Mint Cremes ?

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