Glucose syrup solids
Glucose syrup solids: When you see this on a label it typically means corn syrup, although glucose syrup could technically be made from other starches as well. Corn syrup and its solids are on the Center for Science in the Public Interest’s “Cut Back” list. Glucose syrup solids are used as a cheaper, non-crystalizing substitute for sugar in processed foods and drinks. The oft-repudiated high fructose corn syrup is a variant of glucose syrup.