Sodium Saccharin

Product Description:

Sodium Saccharin, with E number E954, CAS number 6155-57-3 or 128-44-9, manufacturing process by chemical synthesis, toluene and chlorosulfonic acid as main raw materials. It is available in Sodium Saccharin anhydrous and di-hydrated form. It is used widely in Tabletop sweeteners, Dairy products, Canned goods, Baked goods, Pharmaceutical products, Soft drinks, Confectionery, Fruit-based products, Sauces.

Analysis Description
Appearance White crystals
Assay Content % 99.0-101.0
Loss on Drying % ≤15 or 6
Specific Rotation, +84.0 º~+87.5 º
Ignited Residue, % ≤0.7
Hydrolysis products, % ≤0.1
Methanol, % ≤0.1%
PH(10% aqueous solution) 5.0-7.0
Arsenic (As) < 2 ppm
Cadmium (Cd) < 1,0 mg / kg
Lead (Pb) < 2 mg / kg
Mercury (Hg) < 0,1 mg / kg
Microbial Analysis
Total Plate Count ≤ 250
Total Yeast & Mold ≤ 50
Coliforms ≤ 3
E. Coli Negative
Salmonella Negative


Saccharin Sodium is a salt of saccharin widely used as sweetener in food and beverage. Especially used in toothpaste. Sodium Saccharin is most commonly used as a sugar substitute in confectionery, cookie, beverage, and baked good applications.
Saccharin has been used to sweeten foods and beverages without calories or carbohydrates for over a century.
The use of saccharin is particularly important to those whose diets require a restriction of caloric or carbohydrate intake, such as people with diabetes. Most health practitioners favor the use of a non-caloric sweetener like saccharin in weight reduction and for people with diabetes.

Kosher Certified:

Sodium Saccharin is an artificial sweetener manufactured through chemical synthesis. As a artificial low calorie sweetener, Sodium Saccharin is general recognized as Kosher classified as Parve.

Halal Certified:

Sodium Saccharin is an artificial sweetener manufactured through chemical synthesis.
As a synthesized chemical, Sodium Saccharin is general recognized as halal.

Gluten Free:

Sodium Saccharin is gluten free and widely used in gluten free food used as an artificial sweetener in products such as chewing gum, fruit spreads, jams, processed fruit, processed vegetables, candy, beverages, coffee, tea and salad dressing.