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Aspartame

Developed and widely used as sweetener in food and beverage industries, Aspartame can be used in a wide variety of other industries including food production, beverage, pharmaceuticals and various other industries. Its most common application is as a sugar substitute in foods and drinks such as cereals, sugar-free chewing gum, diet soft drinks and table sweeteners. If you would like to partner with Rigest as your aspartame suppliers, contact one of our specialist team to discuss your requirements.

Overview.

An artificial, non-saccharide sweetener that is produced by soaking a mixture of aspartame and acesulfame potassium in an acidic solution and allowing it to crystallize. Aspartame is 200 times sweeter than sucrose and it is due to this property that makes it the option for low calorie diet drinks as only a very small amount is required to produce the levels of sweetness.

Aspartame has been approved for use in over 100 countries including by the FDA and the European Food Safety Authority concluded that it is safe for human consumption including children and pregnant women.

As aspartame suppliers, Rigest can facilitate your aspartame requirements. We deliver in 25kg bags and can distribute to your location whether you are based in the United Kingdom, Europe and further afield. Rigest have a delivery fleet which ensure your aspartame delivery is secure and on time.

For more information on how we can help you fulfil your Aspartame requirements get in touch with an expert from the Rigest team.

Appearance:
Aspartame is a white crystalline powder
Taste:
Aspartame holds a bitter taste
Other names:
N-(L-α-Aspartyl)-L-phenylalanine, 1-methyl ester

Available in the following sizes.

25kg Bag

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