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Texture of preserves

Sugar can seep out through the membrane of growth cells, increasing the osmotic pressure.

An increase in the osmotic pressure means that tinned fruit/berries preserve their structure and also helps them to maintain a certain firm structure.

Adding sugar affects the texture of pickled herrings and raw spiced salmon in that the structure of the fish softens.