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Acesulfame K

In food production Acesulfame Potassium is widely used as sweetener and synergy in food production.

Applications.

Beverage Ingredients

alcoholic beverages
carbonated soft drinks
instant drinks
syrups
juice drinks
rtd tea & coffee
sports & energy drinks
water (flavoured)

Food Additives

baby food
bakery
cereals
confectionary
dairy
desserts
dressings
flavours
fruit preparations
fruits, ice cream
instant food
instant formula
meat
sauces
seafood
seasonings
snacks
sweet spreads

Healthcare Chemicals

clinical nutrition
food supplements
over the counter
pharmaceutical products

Sports Nutrition Ingredients

hypertonic beverages
hypotonic beverages
isotonic beverages
multi vitamin tablets
protein powder

Overview.

Acesulfame Potassium is a calorie-free sugar substitute widely used as sweetener in food and beverage. As a sweetener, Acesulfame Potassium can be used in a wide variety of industries. Acesulfame K is 200 times sweeter than sucrose, as sweet as aspartame, about 2/3 as sweet as saccharin, and 1/3 as sweet as sucralose. Unlike aspartame, acesulfame K is stable under heat, even under moderately acidic or basic conditions, allowing it to be used as a food additive in baking, or in products that require a long shelf life. In carbonated drinks, it is almost always used in conjunction with another sweetener, such as aspartame or sucralose. It is also used as a sweetener in protein shakes and pharmaceutical products

Appearance:
Acesulfame K is a white crystalline fine granular
Taste:
Acesulfame K has an acidy sweet taste with no odour. Like saccharin, it has a slightly bitter aftertaste, especially at high concentrations.

Available in the following sizes.

25kg Bag

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