Cas:33665-90-6 Acesulfame powder
|apperance||White crystal powder|
Acesulfame is a kind of food additive, chemical name is acesulfame potassium, also known as AK sugar, appearance is white crystalline powder, it is a kind of organic synthetic salt, its taste is similar to sugar cane, it is easily soluble in water, slightly soluble For alcohol. Acesulfame is chemically stable, and it is not easy to decompose and fail; it does not participate in the body's metabolism and does not provide energy; it is sweet and cheap; it is not cariogenic; it has good stability to heat and acid, and is the fourth generation in the world. Synthetic sweeteners. It can produce a strong synergistic effect when mixed with other sweeteners, and the sweetness can be increased by 20% to 40% under normal concentration.
As a non-nutritive sweetener, Acesulfame K is used in food and beverages in the general pH range, and its concentration is basically unchanged. It can be mixed with other sweeteners, especially when used in combination with aspartame and cyclamate. It can be widely used in various foods such as solid beverages, pickles, preserves, gums, and table sweeteners. This product has a strong sweetness, the sweetness is about 200 times that of sucrose, the taste is similar to saccharin, and it has a bitter taste at high concentrations. According to my country's "National Food Safety Standard Food Additives Use Standard" (GB 2760-90), the maximum use amount is 0.3g/kg. It can be used as a sweetener in food and medicine.
The Codex Alimentarius Commission (CAC), the European Union, the United States, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and other international organizations, national and regional regulations and standards all allow Acesulfame to be used as a sweetener in corresponding foods. For example, in some countries in Europe and America, acesulfame K can be used in sweet products. my country's "National Food Safety Standard Food Additives Use Standard" (GB 2760-2014) also stipulates that acesulfame K can be used in instant flavored foods with milk as the main ingredient or their pre-made products (excluding ice cream and flavored fermented milk) (only Canned milk-based desserts), frozen drinks (except edible ice), canned fruits, jams, preserves, pickled vegetables, processed edible fungi and algae, canned cereals, black sesame paste, canned cereal desserts, baked goods, beverages Except packaged drinking water), jelly, table sweeteners, condiments, soy sauce, candies, gum-based candies, etc., but not allowed to be used in preserved fruit products. my country has also formulated the corresponding quality specification requirements for Acesulfame, "National Food Safety Standard, Food Additive Acesulfame Potassium" (GB 25540-2010). In addition, in accordance with the "General Rules for the Labeling of Prepackaged Foods of National Food Safety Standards" (GB 7718), as long as Acesulfame K is used in food (including the use of a compound sweetener containing Acesulfame K), it must be on the food label To be identified.