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Non dairy coffee creamer 32 fat 2 protein for coffee

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Aspartame

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natural low calorie Sweetener/ monk fruit table sugar/sugar free

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Acesulfame-K

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natural sweet packet/ sugar substitute /monk fruit sweetener

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Sorbitol 70% Solution

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Dextrose Monohydrate
  • Dextrose Monohydrate
  • 1 . Appearance : White crystal or crystal line powder,no odor, sweet 2. Certificate:HACCP,ISO 3. Purity 99.0% min 4. BV & SGS Inspection before shipment. ...
  • Future Global Trade 

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Distilled monoglyceride DM

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food additive Sweeteners myo-inositol powder

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Liquid glucose

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Sodium saccharin

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Liquid glucose(BP/USP/FCC)

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Aspartame.

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High corn fructose syrup

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Food and Pharmaceutical Grade Dextrose Anhydrous,BP Dextrose Anhydrous injection

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Acesulfame-K Powder/Sweetener Acesulfame-K Price

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Insoluble saccharin(BP)

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Anhydrous Glucose

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Aspartame APM

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Sell Mannitol

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70% solution Sorbitol

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Meso-Erythritol
  • Meso-Erythritol
  • Erythritol -natural and healthy sweetener , is a natural and healthy polyol , white crystalline , chemical name is 1,2,3,4 D-Four Alcohol , widely exsiting in fruit and fermented food by low content ...
  • Zhengzhou Natural Chemical Co.,Ltd. 

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Sodium Saccharin 1

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D-Mannitol

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ISO/GMP/HACCP/FDA dextrose Monohydrate / liquid dextrose anhydrous / China glucose

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Xylitol/CAS NO 87-99-0

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Sucralose

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Dextrose monohydrate(BP/USP/FCC)

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Sucralose(FCC)

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D-Xylitol
  • D-Xylitol
  • Product Description Xylitol is an organic compound with the formula (CHOH)3(CH2OH)2. This achiral species is one of three isomers of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5-pentapentanol. This sugar alcohol i...
  • Zhengzhou Natural Chemical Co.,Ltd. 

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Vita Aspartame Powder

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High Fructose Syrup

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Sweetener description

A sugar substitute is a food additive that duplicates the effect of sugar in taste, usually with less food energy. Some sugar substitutes are natural and some are synthetic. Those that are not natural are, in general, called artificial sweeteners.

Raw materials:An important class of sugar substitutes are known as high-intensity sweeteners. These are compounds with sweetness that is many times that of sucrose, common table sugar. As a result, much less sweetener is required, and energy contribution often negligible. The sensation of sweetness caused by these compounds (the "sweetness profile") is sometimes notably different from sucrose, so they are often used in complex mixtures that achieve the most natural sweet sensation.

Uses:Some non-sugar sweeteners are polyols, also known as "sugar alcohols." These are, in general, less sweet than sucrose, but have similar bulk properties and can be used in a wide range of food products. Sometimes the sweetness profile is 'fine-tuned' by mixing with high-intensity sweeteners. As with all food products, the development of a formulation to replace sucrose is a complex proprietary process.

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