Artificial sweeteners Testing

Artificial sweeteners Testing: Canada

Sweeteners are a group of food additives used to impart a sweet taste to foods without added sugar, or with reduced sugar content, or which are present in table-top sweeteners for the individual consumer to use. In general, sweeteners can be divided into two sub-groups, namely the sugar alcohols such as sorbitol and  mannitol, which are used in foods with further technological intent besides their sweet taste, and artificial sweeteners. Artificial sweeteners have no physiological energy content, or it is negligible in comparison to their sweetening power whereby they may be used for energy reduced sweetening. The most important and widely used artificial sweeteners are aspartame, saccharin, acesulfame K, sodium cyclamate and sucralose.

We offer analyses of following compounds:

Artificial sweeteners Testing: Canada

Sweeteners are a group of food additives used to impart a sweet taste to foods without added sugar, or with reduced sugar content, or which are present in table-top sweeteners for the individual consumer to use. In general, sweeteners can be divided into two sub-groups, namely the sugar alcohols such as sorbitol and  mannitol, which are used in foods with further technological intent besides their sweet taste, and artificial sweeteners. Artificial sweeteners have no physiological energy content, or it is negligible in comparison to their sweetening power whereby they may be used for energy reduced sweetening. The most important and widely used artificial sweeteners are aspartame, saccharin, acesulfame K, sodium cyclamate and sucralose.

We offer analyses of following compounds:

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