Overview: What is Xylose?
Xylose is a sugar that is rooted in wood. Like most sugars, it has several structures to suit its conditions. It is sold as a white powder to dissolve in various solutions easily.
In manufacture, Xylose has a few processes dependant on the source. The most common, D-Xylose, occurs through taking a range of raw materials through Hydrolysis, dissolving them into a blend. This is decoloured, filtered, purified and evaporated before its final crystalization. The last step is to centrifuge these crystals before refining, drying, milling and packaging the Xylose.
As a type of sugar, Xylose applications are rooted in a range of food and beverage products. They can still find it in a range of veterinary goods, industrial applications, and a precursor for another product, Xylitol.
The primary application as a sweetener means you can find Xylose in a range of food and beverage products, ranging from confectionery, soft drinks, sauces, soups, baked goods, and even a range of processed meats. Other applications beyond human consumption include Pet Foods as a sweetening agent, industrial applications in polymer and hydrogen production, and finally in a range of pharmaceuticals.
Xylose at Kilo Ltd.
Xylose is a sweetener with a growing reputation throughout the UK and Ireland. We deal with this product among many others, working with quality manufacturers. We are BRC Accredited and sell this in 25kg packs to pallets throughout the UK and Ireland; direct to your door.
Hopefully, this will help provide you with insight into Xylose and how Kilo can help. Should you need more information, please let us know. We are available via email, using the buttons on the website or by telephone on 01384 293 222. We are more than happy to help.
|Foods|||||Baking, Ice Cream, Confectionery, Meats, Soups|
|Beverages|||||Fruit Juices, Soft Drinks, Flavoured Water|
|Pharmaceutical|||||Medicines, Cough Syrups|
|Animal Food|||||Pet Foods,|
|Industrial|||||Hydrogen Production, Polymer Production|
This information is provided as a guide and is by no means legally binding. Suggestions on dosage rates, specific applications and anything else related to detailed quality information can be provided by our quality team or requested directly to our manufacturer.