High-fructose corn syrup

[hahy-fruhk-tohs ‐froo k‐ ‐frook‐] /ˈhaɪˌfrʌk toʊs ‐ˌfrʊk‐ ‐ˌfruk‐/

corn syrup to which enzymes have been added to change some of the glucose to fructose, making the product sweeter than regular corn syrup.
Abbreviation: HFCS.


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