Liquid Glucose

(Normal Grade , & SO2 free grade)

Liquid Glucose syrup production from maize/corn began in India during the 1950s-1960s. Initially, it was a rudimentary, small-scale process employing batch methods and acid conversion. However, in response to global industrial advancements and the growing demand for corn syrup in various applications within the Indian market, continuous conversion methods were introduced in the early 1970s. As biotechnology progressed, enzyme-based conversion techniques for Liquid Glucose syrup also became prevalent.

Liquid Glucose, also known as corn syrup, possesses diverse applications for end users, primarily due to its unique physicochemical properties that play a crucial role during the user's processing. Parameters such as specific sugar profile, Dextrose equivalent, and Dry solid values hold significant importance in determining its suitability. Interestingly, certain multinational corporations (MNCs), drawing from their extensive experience, still prefer the use of Acid conversion corn syrup or Liquid glucose for their specific products. In this context, SSIL stands out as one of the few companies that have established a reputation for consistently supplying high-quality products. Their commitment to stringent vendor evaluation has earned them the trust, goodwill, and close business partnerships with numerous esteemed companies.

Sahyadri Starch stands out with its highly skilled team, extensive expertise, and dedicated in-house research support. In today's fiercely competitive landscape, the company has carved its own niche and earned the trust of numerous multinational corporations (MNCs) who have become regular buyers of Sahyadri’s products. With our FSSC certification, SSIL maintains consistently high-quality Liquid Glucose syrup, tailored to meet specific customer requirements. This includes a wide range of Sugar profiles, Dextrose Equivalent, and Dry Solids. Through a closed-circuit system, SSIL utilizes modern technologies such as high temperature converters, activated Carbon bleaching, Ion exchangers, and two-stage concentrators/evaporators. We even offer SO2-free liquid glucose for select buyers. Each batch undergoes meticulous control measures, including HPLC analysis to ensure the desired Sugar profile and DE are achieved.

Parameters Standards Method
Description Clear, colourless to pale yellowish, odourless, viscous syrup with characteristic sweet taste. Visual & sensory inspection
Dry Solids %
Grades : Confectionery
: SO2 free
:32 DE
:49 DE
:60 DE

80.0 - 86.5
79.5 - 83.0
78.0 - 82.0
78.0 Min.
79.0 Min.

Dextrose Equivalent (% on DB) 30 - 34 (32 DE)
38 - 44 (42 DE)
46 - 50 (49 DE)
58 - 63 (60 DE)
pH (50 % solution w/V) 4.50 - 6.00 SPT-03
Sulphur Dioxide Content: (ppm)
Confectionery Grade
SO2 Free Grade

400 Max.
40 Max.
Acidity ( ml of 0.1 N NaOH/5 gm) 0.60 Max. SPT-10
Sulphated Ash (% on DB) 0.50 Max. SPT-19
Total Ash ( % on DB) 0.40 Max. SPT-17
Acid Insoluble Ash (% on DB) 0.03 Max. SPT-18
Starch test Negative SPT-13
Microbiological Analysis
Total Plate count 1000 cfu/gm (Max.)
Yeasts & Moulds / Total Moulds / Fungi 100 cfu/gm (Max.) SMBL-07
E. Coli / Salmonella per gm Absent
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