Acesulfame K (E950)
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Acesulfame K (E950) is about 200 times more sweet than sucrose. Invented in Germany in 1967, it leaves a slightly bitter aftertaste in the mouth, which means it is rarely used alone as a sweetener. Unlike some other intense sweeteners, it is heat-stable during cooking. Common uses include bakery products, and soft drinks, where it is usually blended with other sweeteners, and as a sweetener for hot beverages.
CHEMICAL NAME: potassium 6-methyl-2,2-dioxo-2H-1,2λ6,3-oxathiazin-4-olate
GRADE: Food Grade
CAS NO: 55589-62-3
EXPIRY DATE: 5/8/2021
PACKAGING: 25 kg bag
PACKAGING TYPE: bag
QTY IN STOCK: 300 kg
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