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Coming soon: comprehensive pricing data for Sweeteners

Exciting news – Vesper is embarking on an expansive journey into new agri-commodity categories, and we’re thrilled to introduce ‘Sweeteners’. From isoglucose to honey, stevia to agave syrup, and more, we’re bringing you pricing data soon.

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Sweetener products we cover

Discover a comprehensive range of global sweetener prices. Explore our sweetener products below.

Product overview:

High Fructose Corn Syrup

High fructose corn syrup is a sweetener derived from corn starch. Produced through enzymatic processing, High fructose corn syrup contains varying proportions of fructose and glucose, making it a popular choice in beverages, processed foods, and baked goods.

A widely-used liquid sweetener derived from corn starch. Known for its enhanced sweetness and solubility, high fructose corn syrup is commonly utilised in processed foods and beverages.

Isoglucose (Glucose-Fructose Syrup)

Isoglucose is a versatile liquid sweetener derived from starch,  predominantly corn, and often used as an alternative to sucrose. Known its stability, sweetness, and cost-effectiveness in food and beverage applications.


Honey is natural sweetener produced by bees from floral nectar. Known for its unique flavour profiles and antimicrobial properties, often used as a sweetener in dishes, beverages, and baked goods. We cover prices for the ​​USA, Chile, and Spain.


Maple Syrup

Maple Syrup is a natural liquid sweetener derived from the sap of maple trees. With a distinct rich flavour, maple syrup is often used in culinary applications as a drizzle, ingredient, or alternative sweetener in dishes and beverages.


Stevia is a zero-calorie natural sweetener extracted from the leaves of the Stevia rebaudiana plant. Known for its intense sweetness without the added sugars, stevia is frequently utilised as a sugar substitute in foods and beverages.

Agave Syrup

Agave syrup is a natural sweetener extracted from the agave plant. Known for its mild and slightly floral taste, agave syrup is often used as an alternative to traditional sugars in culinary creations and beverages.


Fructose is a simple sugar naturally found in fruits and honey. Known for its high sweetness potency and rapid absorption, fructose is commonly used in processed foods and beverages to enhance flavour and sweetness.


Glucose is a fundamental sugar molecule. Known for its role as a primary energy source in foods, glucose is often utilised for its neutral taste and ability to regulate sweetness and texture in various culinary applications.


Molasses is a thick, dark byproduct of sugar refining. Known for its robust flavour and richness, Molasses is commonly incorporated in baking, sauces, and confectionery for depth of taste and colour. We cover prices from Italy and the USA.

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