Fruit syrup

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Fruit syrup as a food ingredient is a concentrated juice made from a less expensive fruit (such as apples, pears, or pineapples) and used to sweeten more expensive fruits or products and to extend their quantity. A typical use would be for an "all-fruit" strawberry spread that contains apple juice as well as strawberries. It may be found in some store-bought jams and jellies.

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Squash (drink)