Case Study Of D-Glucose

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2.- Product:

The product or products to be imported and commercialized are, almost entirely, energy recovery products (glucose, dextrose, etc.).

Dextrose Monohydrate or what is the same, D-Glucose is its main component. Its presentation and format are varied.

Dextrose monohydrate or D-glucose monohydrate, is a commercial form of hydrated dextrose, whose chemical form is exactly equal to dextrose plus a water molecule.

According to the CODEX rules for sugars, dextrose monohydrate is defined as purified and crystallized D-glucose containing a water molecule of crystallization, with a D-glucose content of not less than 99,5% m/m over its dry weight and a total solids content of not less than 90.0% m/m.

It is an excellent source of energy that can be added to different foods
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We intend to distribute the product at a national level (Spanish island territories included, together with the Spanish African cities of Ceuta and Melilla) in a first phase, aiming, in the middle term, to extend the distribution to Portugal and the rest of Europe.

The sector of focus to which our product is directed mainly are diabetics. Their current number in Spain exceeds 5,300,000. That is more than 14% of the Spanish population, although 6% still have not been diagnosed. Within this large number there are two large groups, Type 1 and Type 2 diabetics, but all of them are possible clients and/or consumers of glucose, to help them recover from hypoglycemia (episodes of low blood glucose).

Diabetics are informed, first in the hospitals and health centers where they are treated, besides private medical offices of different centers. But where we really come in is in consultations at a private level in the different media on
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