Dextrose is a nonsucrose "sugar" which occurs naturally in many plants, fruits and honey. In animals, dextrose (also called "glucose" and "grape sugar") is a vital constituent of the blood and is directly metabolized for immediate energy needs. Dextrose is used in food and beverages as a sweetener (it is 80% as sweet as sucrose), a browning agent, a humectant and a fermentation substrate. It is available in liquid (bulk only) and dry forms.
50 lb, 100 lb Bags
Dextrose is available as Fine Granulated, Coarse Granulated, Anhydrous, Pulverized Powdered and Spray Crystallized.