FoodIngredient
 
Sweetener
Dextrose Anhydrous/Monohydrous
Maltodextrin
Sodium Cyclamate
Acesulfame K
Aspartame
Sodium Saccharine
Sucralose
Stevia
 
 
Dextrose Anhydrous/Monohydrous

Description:  Dextrose Anhydrous is D-glucose crystallized with a water molecule. Dextrose is glucose of vegetable origin, obtained through enzymatic hydrolysis of cornstarch (Not genetically manipulated, absence of GMO). Its sweetener power (in 10%m/m solution) is equivalent to the 75% of the sucrose.

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Maltodextrin
Description: Maltodextrin is a nonsweet, nutritive saccharide mixture of polymers that consists of D -glucose units, with a Dextrose Equivalent less than 20. It is prepared by the partial hydrolysis of a food grade starch with suitable acids and/or enzymes. It may be physically modified to improve its physical and functional characteristics

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Sodium Cyclamate
Description: White powder/White Crystal

Common Characters:

Molecular Formula: C6H12NNaO3S

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Acesulfame K

Description: White, virtually odourless, crystalline powder

Common Characters:

Molecular Formula: C4H4NO4KS

  Molecular Weight: 201.24

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Aspartame

Description: colorless or white crystal or powder

Common Characters:

Molecular Formula: C14H18N2O5

Molecular Weight: 294.31

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Sodium Saccharine
 

Description: white crystals or a white crystalline powder

  Common Characters:

  Molecular Formula: C7H4O3NSNa.2H2O

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Sucralose
Description: White powder/White Crystal

Quality Index FCCIV

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Stevia
 

Description: White powder/White Crystal

 

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