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Sodium Saccharine

Sodium Saccharine is an artificial sweetener around 300-400 times sweeter than sucrose that is used as a sugar substitute in some foods and beverages. It is stable under heat conditions and has a bitter or metallic aftertaste so it is commonly used together with other artificial sweeteners as aspartame.

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Sodium Saccharine is used to sweeten products such as soft drinks, candies, bakery products, medicines, toothpaste, etc.

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Dicalcium Phosphate


Dicalcium Phosphate is a white, odorless, tasteless powder or crystalline solid. It occurs as triclinic crystals.

Frozen Concentrated Lemon Juice


Frozen Concentrated Lemon Juice is a product derived from freshly squeezed lemon juice which is subsequently frozen to extend its shelf life. This concentrated lemon juice ...



Glycerine is a colorless, viscous, hygroscopic, sweet-tasting trihydric alcohol. It is also called glycerin or glycerol, with the term glycerol being preferred as the pure ...