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Carbohydrase is a special type of enzyme that acts as a catalyst for breaking down the carbohydrates into simple sugar. Carbohydrase enzyme is mainly used to convert starch syrup into sugar syrup which is further used as an ingredient in the manufacturing of food and beverages and other applications. Carbohydrase enzymes are indigenously created in the body parts of human beings such as mouth, pancreas and small intestine. These enzymes are used for the digestion of carbohydrates by breaking down starch into sugars. Moreover, the carbohydrase enzymes are commercially produced for use in a diverse range of industries such as pharmaceuticals, food and beverages, animal feed, textile, paper, bio-fuel and others.