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General description :
Sodium saccharin, or sodium ortho-sulphobenzimide is the salt form of saccharin, an artificial sweetener. It is available in anhydrous and di-hydrated form. It is an odorless, white powder. It is 300 to 500 times sweeter than sugar (sucrose).
Application & Usage:
- It is about 300 times sweeter than sucrose and is stable within a wide range of temperatures
- Low-calorie, sugar-free and diet foods use saccharin as a sweetening agent to replace sugar
- It has a wide range of uses, including diet drinks,