Anhydrous Dextrose Powder

Anhydrous Dextrose Powder

Dextrose anhydrous is also known as “Anhydrous dextrose” or “Corn sugar anhydrous” or “Anhydrous sugar”.  It is a simple carbohydrate that is directly absorbed into the blood. It is purified and crystallized D-glucose and the total solids content is not less than 98.0 percent m/m. It has a glycemic index of 100%. It is a colorless, odorless white powder that is less sweeter than cane sugar; soluble in water and partially soluble in alcohol. In its crystalline form, this natural sugar has long been used both as a sweetener and as filler for oral dosage forms.
Dextrose anhydrous is crystallized alpha-glucose obtained by enzymatic hydrolysis of corn starch.
Its sweetening power is 67% sucrose.
The chemical formula of the above product is C6H12O6. This material has a melting point of 146 °C,
The density is 1.562 g / cm³ and is soluble in cold water.


In 25/50 Kg HDPE bags with the inner liner of LDPE and 25 kg Kraft Multiply Paper Bags.


Food Industries

Dextrose Anhydrous can be used as sweetener in baked goods, candies, gums, dairy products like some ice-creams and frozen yogurts, canned foods, cured meats etc.

Beverage Industries

Dextrose Anhydrous can be used in beverage such as in energy drinks, low calorie beer products as the fermentable carbohydrate source to reduce calories.


DescriptionWhite crystalline Powder
SolubilityFreely soluble in water, sparingly soluble in ethanol (95%)
Acidity (ml of0.1 N NaOH/6gm)NMT 0.15 ml
Ash Sulphated %NMT 0.10 %
SulphatesNMT 200 ppm
Chlorides ppmNMT 125 ppm
Arsenic (mg/Kg)NMT 1.00 ppm
Heavy MetalsNMT 5 ppm
Water contentNMT 1.0%
Bacterial EndotoxinsNMT 0.5 EU/ml of  5% w/v solution
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