casno. : CAS 33665-90-6
Acesulfame-K, also known as Ace-K or Sunett, is an artificial sweetener. It is chemically processed out of two other chemicals: sulfamate and potassium. Acesulfame-K was discovered accidentally in 1967 by Karl Clauss at the Hoechst AG research labs in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.
white crystalline powder
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As non-nutritive sweeteners, there is essentially no change in the concentration of foods and beverages used in the general pH range. It can be used in combination with other sweeteners, especially in combination with aspartame and cyclamate. It can be widely used in various foods such as solid drinks, pickles, candied fruit, gum, and tabletop sweeteners.
As a non-nutritive sweetener, various foods such as solid beverages, pickles, candied fruit, gum, and tabletop sweeteners can be widely used.
The product has a strong sweet taste, and its flavoring properties are similar to those of saccharin. Bitterness occurs at high concentrations. It is not hygroscopic, stable at room temperature, and has good mixing with sugar alcohols and sucrose. As a non-nutritive sweetener, it can be widely used for various foods. According to China's GB2760-90 regulations, it can be used for liquids, solid beverages, ice cream, cakes, jams, pickles, candied fruit, gum, and tabletop sweeteners. The maximum amount used is 0.3g/kg. It can be used as a sweetener in food, medicine, etc.