Sodium Saccharin vs Sodium Cyclamate

Sodium Saccharin vs Sodium Cyclamate

Sodium Saccharin v’s Sodium Cyclamate

Many people may confuse with these two sweeteners that what’s the difference?

Actually, I can show you the specifications and applications, If you want to know how does it work on your product, test it.

Sodium Saccharin full review

Sodium Saccharin is an artificial sweetener with effectively no food energy that is about 300–500 times as sweet as sucrose. It does not raise blood sugar levels and like all nonnutritive sweeteners has no calories.

It can be widely used in food, feed, daily chemical and electroplating Industry.

Type: Sweeteners
CAS No: 6155-57-3
Formula: C6H4SO2NNaCO.2H2O
Molecular Weight: 241.2

Sodium Cyclamate full review

Sodium cyclamate is an artificial sweetener. It is 300–500 times sweeter than sucrose (table sugar), making it the least potent of the commercially used artificial sweeteners. It is often used with other artificial sweeteners, especially saccharin, the mixture of 10 parts cyclamate to 1 part saccharin is common and masks the off-tastes of both sweeteners. Safety concerns have led to cyclamates being banned in the United States and other countries, though the European Union recognizes them as safe.

Type: Sweeteners
CAS No: 139-05-9
Formula: C6H11NHSO3Na
Molecular Weight: 201.22

Applications

Sodium Saccharin can be used as a food additive, but also can be used in daily chemical, feed additive, and electroplating industries.

Sodium Cyclamate cannot be used in electroplating industries.