Soy flour, non-GMO

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Non-GMO soybeans are thoroughly cleaned to remove dirt and debris, to be then cracked, dehulled, and turned into flakes, from which oil is extracted with the use of solvent. The soy flour is then produced by milling non-genetically modified soybean flakes. [...]

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Native Corn Starch

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The production of corn starch begins when raw corn material is cleaned from debris and foreign material, and then milled with the use of water. Later, separation of gluten and starch takes place and starch slurry is dried to be then processed into a powder. The final product is a loose, fine white powder with neutral taste and odor. Non-GMO from European Maize (Corn). [...]

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Glucose is a simple sugar from the group of aldehydes among the sugars. It consists of oxygen, carbon and hydrogen atoms. It provides the basic energy substrate for the cells of the body. It naturally occurs in fresh fruits especially in grapes, bananas or plums, in honey and in many starchy products. [...]

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Fructose is also called fruit sugar, because it occurs in its free state mainly in fruits, but also in honey, flower nectars and in smaller amounts in vegetables. Unlike glucose, fructose is metabolized without insulin. [...]

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