Fruit syrup

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Pekmez (Üzüm Pekmezi), a Turkish syrup made of grapes (grape syrup) or (Keçiboynuzu Pekmezi) of carob

Fruit syrups or fruit molasses are concentrated fruit juices used as sweeteners.

Fruit syrups have been used in many cuisines:

Some foods are made using fruit syrups or molasses:

In modern industrial foods, they are often 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.[1]

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  1. ^ Victor Herbert, et al., eds., Total Nutrition: The Only Guide You'll Ever Need, ISBN 0312113862, p. 127

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