What is Xylitol E967?
Xylitol E967 is probably the best known sugar alcohol (sugar polyol). It looks and tastes like sugar but has lower calories and a much smaller glycemic index.
Xylitol E967 is white crystalline powder, a new natural sweetener mostly made from corncob. Chemical manufacturing process is from Xylose (from corncob)
What is sodium carboxymethylcellulose？
Sodium Carboxymethylcellulose is the sodium salt of Carboxymethyl cellulose, also called Sodium CMC (Sodium CarboxymethylCellulose) or CMC. Carboxymethylcellulose is a representative cellulose ethers, its sodium salt used widely in food industry, CMC belongs to anionic polymer electrolyte, besides Sodium CMC, it has other salts, such as ammonium and
Sweeteners can be divided into Artificial Sweeteners, Natural Sweeteners, Sugar Alcohols, Sugar Fibers and so on, besides Sugar. As far as we concerned, Artificial Sweeteners and Sugar Alcohols are used widely. The market of Natural Sweeteners is becoming larger as more people would like to eat natural, like Monk Fruit
Aspartame price has increased a little since Oct, 2017 due to the decreased market Aspartame supply and one China Aspartame manufacturer exit the market in 2017. With the China government strict control in environment protection, the price of many food ingredients/additives are increasing or has increased since 2015. It also
When and why the anti-dumping case was established
The case was applied by Ajinomoto Europe in May,2015. As it known to all, Ajinomoto is a good supplier of Activa TG enzyme, MSG, Aspartame and other related products, the header office is located in Japan.
It has an Aspartame factory in France, the
Aspartame, E951, Cas number 22839-47-0, chemical formular C14H18N2O5.
IUPAC name: Methyl L-α-aspartyl-L-phenylalaninate, other name N-(L-α-Aspartyl)-L-phenylalanine,
1-methyl ester, as a low calorie artificial sweetener used wildly in food and beverage as sugar replacement.
The sweetness is around 200 times than sugar compared with 5% sugar solution.
It is a methyl ester of Methanol,L-aspartic acid and
As Acesulfame K anti-dumping case announced that Europ buyers have to pay high taxes if they want to import Acesulfame Potassium from three big China manufacturers. But the price is still much lower than buy from Celanese, Sunett sweeteners, located in Europe.
It's Customers choice to buy from China manufacturers or Celanese,
by Robin Wyers
22 Sep 2015 --- HYET Holding B.V. has announced the purchase of Ajinomoto Sweeteners Europe S.A.S. (ASE) in Northern France for a reported token fee, as part of their global expansion. The purchase will ensure all employees at the Gravelines manufacturing site will remain in employment. A trust
Arthur S. Leon, MD; Donald B. Hunninghake, MD; Catherine Bell, MBA; David K. Rassin, PhD; Thomas R. Tephly, MD, PhD
Safety of long-term administration of 75 mg/kg of aspartame per day was evaluated with the use of a randomized, doubleblind, placebo-controlled, parallel-group design in 108 male and female volunteers aged 18
Aspartame has many names, Aspartame is one of the most common artificial sweeteners in use today. It is sold under the brand names NutraSweet and Ajinomoto, Aspartame is made by joining together the amino acids aspartic acid and phenylalanine. Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins and are found
Aspartame is a artificial sweetener used wildly in food, beverage, gum, powder drink, tablets and etc. And what is aspartame made of,how Aspartame is made? Aspartame is made of L-Phenelalanine, L-Aspartic Acid and Methanol.
L-Phenelalanine used as amino acid when made of Aspartame. Phenylalanine is found
The background of Aspartame anti-dumping
With Aspartame market competition becoming more fierce, there is no doubt price has to go down to grab customers. This situation not only happens in China, but in other countries. Especially in Europe, Japan & France Aspartame manufacturer Ajinomoto has to closed the factory in France
By Matthew Riley
One of the most popular diet drinks manufacturers, Pepsi announced recently that it will stop using aspartame as the artificial sweetener from its Diet Pepsi drinks.
The decision is a response to the customer feedback the company has been receiving ever since aspartame has gained negative reactions from
I think you have heard the news that “Pepsico will not use Aspartame in one of its products in America since this August.”
At the first sight of this news, we’re worried that Aspartame market will have to have a big change.
Pepsico is the muinternational company and the largest Aspartame consumer
The European Commission initiated an anti-dumping proceeding concerning imports of acesulfame potassium (potassium salt of 6-methyl-1,2,3-oxathiazin-4(3H)-one 2,2-dioxide; CAS RN 55589-62-3) originating in the PRC as well as acesulfame potassium originating in the PRC contained in preparations and/or mixtures comprising also other sweeteners and/or water. Acesulfame potassium is also commonly referred to as