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|German to English translations [PRO]|
|German term or phrase: Weingummi|
|kind of sweets. I noticed that "winegum" isn't understood by (Canadian) speakers of English. Perhaps there is no term but how can I convey the meaning?|
I've seen it spelled out as "Weingummis" on occasion, but most frequently (and when translated by a native English speaker), it routinely is translated as "Gummi candies". The "G" can be upper- or lower-case.
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|Thank you very much. Especially the link helped me to explain Weingummi to my Canadian friend. |
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Wine gum or xanthan gum
I think it may be xanthan gum
Produced from the fermentation of corn sugar, xanthan gum is used as a thickener, EMULSIFIER and STABILIZER in foods such as dairy products and salad dressings. See also GUAR GUM; GUM ARABIC; GUM TRAGACANTH.
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