Sodium Saccharin

Artificial sweetener Sodium Saccharin, E954 , Cas No.128-44-9, 6155-57-3

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Sodium Saccharin 40-80mesh

Product Description



Sodium Saccharin, with E number E954, CAS number 6155-57-3 or 128-44-9, food artificial sweetener, manufacturing process by chemical synthesis, toluene and chlorosulfonic acid as main raw materials. It is available in anhydrous and di-hydrated form. As a professional Sodium Saccharin supplier, we supply granular 20-40mesh and 40-80mesh industrial and food grade, also spried 100mesh. Sodium Saccharin used in food, mouthwash, toothpaste widely as a safe food additive in many countries with E number E954. Major application of Sodium saccharine is used as a low calorie sweetener and stabilizer in a variety of food and drinks. In bakeries it is used to sweeten baked goods, breads, cookies and muffins. Due to its rapidly dissolving nature in water, it is used as an artificial sweetener in carbonated beverages and sodas.

CAS No. : 6155-57-3 or 128-44-9
Chemical Formula : C7H4N03SNa.2H20 or C7H4N03SNa
H.S.code : 292511
E No. : E954

Sodium Saccharin 20-40mesh/40-80 mesh Specification

Identification Positive
Melting point of insolated saccharin ℃ 226-230
Appearance White crystals
Content  % 99.0-101.0
Loss on drying % ≤15 or 6
Ammonium salts  ppm ≤25
Arsenic  ppm ≤3
Benzoate and salicylate No precipitate or violet color appears
Heavy metals  ppm ≤10
Free acid or alkali Complies with BP /USP/DAB
Readily carbonizable substances Not more intensely colored than reference
P-toluene sulfonamide ≤10ppm
O-toluene sulfonamide ≤10ppm
Selenium  ppm ≤30
Related substance Complies with DAB
Clarity and color solution Color less clear
Organic volatiles Complies with BP
PH value Complies with BP/USP
Benzoic acid-sulfonamide ≤25ppm

Characteristics and properties

Chemical Class: Sodium salt of sulphobenzimide
Relative Sweetness: 450–500 times sweeter than sugar
Taste: Sweet rapid onset with a bitter note at moderate levels
Stability: Good stability during storage and processing; stable to heat, pH and shear conditions
Solubility: Highly soluble
Safety: Controversial but approved
ADI: 2.5 mg/kg body weight
Approval: Widely approved internationally, including the European Community, South Africa and the USA (with printed warnings), however with limited use levels
Applications: Tabletop sweeteners
Dairy products
Canned goods
Baked goods
Pharmaceutical products
Soft drinks
Fruit-based products
Advantages: Excellent stability
No kilojoules
Tooth friendly
Suitable for diabetics
Synergistic with other sweeteners

As a professional Sodium Saccharin supplier, we supply granular 20-40mesh and 40-80mesh industrial and food grade, also spried 100mesh. can provide HAPPC, KOSHER, HALAL Certificates.

Price Trend of Sodium Saccharin

Upstream: Prices of Sodium Saccharin are going up. Production capacity decreases and limited.

Sodium Saccharin MSDS

5.1. Storage: kept in dry, cool, and shaded place with original packaging at room temperature, avoid moisture. 5.2. Handling precaution: Use with adequate ventilation. Minimize dust generation and accumulation. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Avoid ingestion and inhalation.

Side Effect of Sodium Saccharin

Is sodium saccharin bad for you?Though Saccharin Sodium is not on FDA’s GRAS exemption list, it’s still widely accepted as safe food additive in many countries including USA with specific limit on dosage.Saccharin sodium was suspected as a potential factor causing bladder tumor and can cause cancer. However, recent research proved that saccharin sodium will not cause bladder tumor in human. Saccharin sodium can cause allergic reactions in some individuals.

Application and Uses of Saccharin Sodium

Saccharin Sodium is a salt of saccharin widely used as sweetener in food and beverage. As a high-intensity sweetener, Sodium Saccharin used in toothpaste wildly. Also can be used in a wide variety of industries including: food production, beverage, cosmetics, agriculture/animal feed, and various other industries. Read more

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