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Starch from potato, corn and other starchy plants, is the main source of sweeteners such as maltose, glucose or fructose syrups in addition to other products including prebiotics, mannose, sorbitol and vitamin C, ethanol, et cetera. Inulin and related oligofructoses, from chicory and Jerusalem artichoke, are used as functional food ingredients and can contribute to reduce the risk of many diseases by stimulating the immune system, decreasing the levels of intestine pathogenic bacteria, and lowering the synthesis of triglycerides and fatty acids in the liver, et cetera (Kaur & Gupta, 2002).

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