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    Sweeteners

    Aspartame

    (22839-47-0)
    A dipeptide ester about 160 times sweeter than sucrose in aqueous solution. A non-nutritive sweetener.

    Acesulfame

    (33665-90-6)
    The product has a strong sweet taste, the sweetness is about 130 times that of sucrose, and its taste is similar to that of saccharin. It has a bitter taste at high concentration. It is non-hygroscopic, stable at room temperature, and has good mixing with sugar alcohol, sucrose, etc. As a non-nutritive sweetener, it can be widely used in various foods. According to my country~"s GB2760-90 regulations, it can be used for liquids, solid beverages, ice cream, cakes, jams, pickles, candied fruit, gumdrops, and tabletop sweeteners, with a maximum usage of 3g/kg. Can be used as a sweetener in food, medicine, etc.

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    stevia

    (57817-89-7)
    1. Stevioside is a glycoside from the stevia plant. Stevioside is a natural sweetening agent with sweetness about 250 times that of sugar with negligible effect on blood glucose. Stevioside, much like other steviol glycoside is known for its application in treatment of many diseases like diabetes and high blood pressure. It is also used as a food additive and in dietary supplements.
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    Mogroside V

    (88901-36-4)
    Mogroside V, a triterpenoid glycoside isolated from the extracts of Luo Han Guo, is a nonsugar sweetener. Mogroside V is nearly 300 times sweeter than sucrose. Mogrosides exhibit antioxidant, antidiabetic and anticancer activities. Mogrosides are sweeter than sucrose[1].

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    Licorice

    (68916-91-6)
    For the treatment of upper respiratory tract infections, acute bronchitis and other diseases

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    Alitame

    (80863-62-3)
    Alitame is an aspartic acid-containing dipeptide sweetener. It was developed by Pfizer in the early 1980s and currently marketed in some countries under the brand name Aclame. Most dipeptides are not sweet, but the unexpected discovery of aspartame in 1965 led to a search for similar compounds that shared its sweetness. Alitame is one such second-generation dipeptide sweetener. Neotame, developed by the owners of the NutraSweet brand, is another.Alitame is about 2000 times sweeter than sucrose (table sugar), about 10 times sweeter than aspartame, and has no aftertaste. Its half-life under hot or acidic conditions is about twice as long as aspartame's, although some other artificial sweeteners, including saccharin and acesulfame potassium, are more stable yet. Unlike aspartame, alitame does not contain phenylalanine, and can therefore be used by people with phenylketonuria.Alitame has approved for use in Mexico, Australia, New Zealand and China. Danisco has withdrawn its petition for using alitame as a sweetening agent or flavoring in food in USA.

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    DISODIUM GLYCYRRHIZATE

    (71277-79-7)
    Sweetener. Japan is limited to soy sauce (0.015g/L) and: bean paste (0.03~0.07g/kg).

    RebaudiosideC

    (63550-99-2)
    Rebaudioside C(Dulcoside B) is used as natural sweeteners to diabetics and others on carbohydrate-controlled diets.

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    Sweeteners refer to food additives that can give soft drinks a sweet taste. Sweeteners can be divided into nutritive sweeteners and non-nutritive sweeteners according to their nutritional value; according to their sweetness, they can be divided into low sweetness sweeteners and high sweetness sweeteners; according to their sources Divided into natural sweeteners and synthetic sweeteners. "Sweeteners" on Echemi mainly supplies raw materials for sweeteners.
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