Corn syrup solids (non-hydrogenated)

Corn syrup solids are produced by removing water from corn syrup, which is made by the partial break down of corn starch. Depending on the amount of hydrolysis, the resultant corn syrup solids can be made up of a mixture of glucose, maltose and larger saccharides. Corn syrup solids are considered generally recognized as safe (GRAS) for use in foods by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 1.


  1. Food and Drug Administration. EAFUS: A Food Additive Database. 10-17-2008. 12-4-2008.