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Sugary foods, conceptual image. Molecular model of sucrose next to a cup cake. Atoms are represented by spheres: carbon (pink), oxygen (red) and hydrogen (green). Sucrose is a disaccharide sugar with each molecule made up of two simple monosaccharide units joined together by an oxygen bond. It is commonly known as table, cane or beet sugar, or simply sugar and is the most commonly used form of sugar. It is found in many foods including cakes.
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