Introduction; Basic Science; Ingredients; Emulsifiers, Colours and Flavours; Confectionery Plant; Sugar Glasses in the Chemistry of Boiled Sweets; Grained Sugar Products; Pan Coating; Toffees and Caramels; Gums, Gelled Products and Liquorice; Chewing Gum; Aerated Products; Sugar-free Confectionery; Lozenges; Tabletting; Experiments; The Future; Subject Index.
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