Refiners Syrup, or Partially Inverted Refiners Syrup is a pleasant tasting thick syrup with a rich unique flavor. It is a by product of the refining of cane sugar. It is excellent for cooking and for certain recipes.
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It should not be confused with corn syrup which is usually produced with enzymes. Refiners syrup consists of invert syrup, and sucrose. It is not the same as cane juice syrup, or cane sugar. Both of these are produced from sugarcane but are almost 100% sucrose.
Refiner's syrup contains large quantities of fructose and glucose in pure form. It does not contain molasses or any of the goodness or nutritious vitamins or minerals from the cane plant. In this sense it is very like refined sugar, but with a different flavor and texture.
No benefits other then a very pleasant flavor. Like sugar it provides empty calories, it has no nutritional value whatsoever. People do not buy it for its health giving properties. Unlike molasses it has no minerals or vitamins and none of the raw flavor associated with the nutrients in sugar cane.
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