Glucose syrups increase shelf life by controlling chewing and moisture balance of the product. Glucose is used due to the feature of volume enhancement, inhibition of crystallization, stability of viscosity and improvement of product sweetening properties and increase of shelf life. It also gives shine and transparency to the product. They create taste, color, soft and uniform texture and mild sweetness in caramel. Acidic glucose syrups with DE=42 are often used, but the characteristics of viscosity, color development and strength of these products change due to the use of different glucose syrups. The higher the concentration of the syrup used, the more stretchable the caramel will be. Syrups with higher DE increase the flowability of the product and syrups with lower DE cause a stiff product with low chewability.