Sucralose, commonly known as sucralose, is a high-strength sweetener. High stability, very stable to light, heat, and PH. It is very soluble in water, methanol and ethanol, and slightly soluble in ether. It is a healthy low-calorie sweetener made of sucrose, which can reach about 600 times (400 to 800 times) the sweetness of sucrose. Sucralose has the characteristics of no energy, high sweetness, pure sweetness, and high safety. It is also one of the most ideal sweeteners at present. As a professional sucralose manufacturer, Saigao Nutri offers sucralose powder for sale with high quality at great prices.
Product Name: Sucralose
Chemical Name: 1',6'–Dichloro-1', 6'–dideoxy–β–D-fructofuranosyl–4–chloro–4–deoxy–α–D–galactopyranoside
Synonyms: TGS; 4, 1', 6' – Trichlorogalactosucrose; Trichlorogalactosucrose
CAS No.: [56038-13-2]
Molecular Formula: C12H19O8Cl3
Sucralose is a functional sweetener made from sucrose, which can reach the sweetness (400~800 times) of sucrose. The properties of sucralose are stable, and its crystalline product is stable even when stored under dry conditions at 20°C for 4 years. In an aqueous solution, within the pH range of soft drinks and at normal temperatures, sucralose is the most stable of all potent sweeteners, and can be stored for more than one year without any change.
It has a diminishing effect on sour and salty taste, has a masking effect on astringency, bitterness, wine taste, and other tastes, and has a synergistic effect on spicy and milky tastes.
Stevia is a new type of sweetener extracted from stevia, a herbaceous plant of the family Asteraceae. Its sweetness is 300-450 times that of sucrose, and its calorific value is only 1/300 of that of sucrose. It is a non-fermentable type, so it is suitable for foods that are difficult to pasteurize. It can keep the product white. It is a kind of sweetener that is closer to sucrose. Uses: As a sweetener for non-calorie foods, it also has the effects of lowering blood pressure, promoting metabolism, relieving hyperacidity, etc.; often used as an additive to licorice or sucrose, and often used in combination with sodium citrate to improve sweetness. For bitter drinks, carbonated drinks, pickled products, etc.
Studies have found that the human body consumes 125 mg of sucralose per day for 3 weeks, and then 250 mg of sucralose per day for 4 weeks, and finally 500 mg of sucralose per day for 5 weeks. No effects on blood or urine were found. The chemical composition of the liquid and the electrocardiogram have adverse effects. The results of the study also show that a single dose of 10 mg/kg·d of sucralose and a daily intake of 5 mg/kg·d of sucralose for 13 weeks have no adverse effects on human health.
In recent years, human clinical research results also show that use of sucralose does not induce dental caries and does not affect blood sugar levels. Diabetic patients also have good tolerance to sucralose.