Sodium Saccharin

Sodium Saccharin

Sodium Saccharin is white crystal or power with inodorous or slight sweetness, easily soluble in water.

Introduction

Sodium Saccharin is white crystal or power with inodorous or slight sweetness, easily soluble in water.

Sodium Saccharin sweetness is around 500 times sweeter than that of sugar. To be used as a single sweetener, Sodium Saccharin tastes a little bitter. Normally Sodium Saccharin is recommended to be used along with other Sweeteners or acidity regulators, which could cover the bitter taste well. Among all sweeteners in the current market,Sodium Saccharin takes the lowest unit cost calculated by unit sweetness.

Certifications: ISO9001, HACCP, KOSHER
Grade: Food grade, Sweeteners
MF: C7H4O3NSNA.2H2O
CAS: 128-44-9
EINECS: 204-886-1
FEMA: 2997

Functions and Applications

1.Sodium saccharine is used as a non-nutritive sweetener and stabilizer in a variety of food and drinks.    

2. Bakeries use sodium saccharin to sweeten baked goods, breads, cookies and muffins.  

3.Artificially sweetened diet drinks and sodas use sodium saccharin since it dissolves readily in water.    

4.Other products that contain sodium saccharin include marzipan, plain, sweetened and fruit-flavored yogurt, jams/jellies and ice cream.     

Items
Specifications
Appearance:
White crystals
Content:
99.0 - 101.0%
Clarity and color of solution:
Colorless, clear
Water:
13-15%
Melting point:
226 - 230 °C
Arsenic:
0.0002% max
Heavy metals:
0.0010% max
Foreign substance:
0.0010% max
Free acid and alkali:
Conforms
Benzoate and Salicylate:
Conforms
O-& P-Toluene Sufonamide
0.0010% max
Readily carbonized substances:
Lower than standard



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