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Frances Sizer + 1 other
Publisher: Brooks Cole
ISBN: 9781305627994

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Frances Sizer + 1 other
Publisher: Brooks Cole
ISBN: 9781305627994
Chapter 4, Problem 16SC
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Fruit punch sweetened with grape juice concentrate can contain as much sugar as fruit punch sweetened with high-fructose com syrup.

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Summary Introduction

To review:

Whether the statement ‘Fruit punch sweetened with grape juice concentrate can contain as much sugar as fruit punch sweetened with high fructose corn syrup’ is true or false.

Concept Introduction:

The fruit punch is referred to liquid syrup made up of fruits. The fructose is the sugar, which is found in the fruits. The sweet taste of the fruit is determined by the amount of the fructose present in it.

Explanation of Solution

The sweetening agents, which are naturally found in the fruits, are fructose. The fructose is a sugar. The amount of the fructose present in a fruit determines the sweetness of the fruits. The grapes are rich in the fructose...

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