(The structure of formula Sucralose)
- Sucralose is Approximately 600 times sweeter than sugar by weight. The only high-intensity sweetener that is made from sugar and tastes like sugar.
- Great heat stability and is particularly stable in acidic/alkaline products.
- FDA, FAO, EFSA approves sucralose for use. Safe Accepted Daily Intake Value (ADI) of 5mg/kg of bodyweight. Sucralose is currently used as a sweetener over 100 countries and in over 3,000 products.
- Non-toxic, no calories or carbohydrates, and no effect on carbohydrate metabolism.
- On top of these attributes, sucralose does not cause tooth decay, affect blood insulin, sugar, or lipid levels in any way, and therefore, can be used by people with, and will not cause diabetes, cardiovascular disease and obesity.
- JK’s manufacturing facilities are ISO9001, ISO14001, OHSAS18000, and Sedex certified.
- Sucralose is Kosher and MUIHALAL certified and strictly complies with the FCC10, USP40-NF35, EP9.0, EU 231/2012 (2008/60/EC), GB25531, and Japanese standards.
- Shelf-life: 2 years
Food and beverage:
- Sucralose is an extremely versatile sweetener with wide applications in all types of food products, beverages, dairy products. High stable, zero-calories, safety, sucralose can be used to completely or partially replace the sugar in the ingredients of sugar-containing products.
- Sucralose does not cause tooth decay, affect blood insulin, sugar, or lipid levels in any way, and therefore, can be used by people with, and will not cause diabetes, cardiovascular disease and obesity.
- Sucralose can enhance the taste of medications when used in pharmaceuticals as an excipient while having no negative effects on the natural homeostasis of the human body, nor will it alter or diminish the effects of said medications. Thus, it is used in a myriad of products such as medicinal syrups, oral liquid medications, sugar coating of pills, tablets, instant mix medications, capsules, cough medications, pain medications, rehydration fluids, sleep medications, antihistamines, nicotine gum, oral hygiene products, blood pressure medications, digestive medications, vitamins, and dietary supplements, etc. in order to replace sugar as a primary sweetening agent.