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By Lyn O'Brien-Nabors

A survey of the huge box of sucrose possible choices, detailing medical info, technical functions, and regulatory scores for a big selection of sweeteners. It highlights the swap in prestige of saccharin, the elevated use of polyols, and the probabilities supplied via the supply of various substitute sweeteners and their makes use of together. This 3rd version comprises new chapters on neotame, tagatose, trehalose, erythritol, and aspartame-acesulfame salt.

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13. N Ayya, HT Lawless. Quantitative and qualitative evaluation of high-intensity sweeteners and sweetener mixtures. Chem Senses, 17:245, 1992. 14. G-W von Rymon Lipinski, E Klein. Synergistic effects in blends of Acesulfame K and Aspartame. ’’ Los Angles, 1988, No. 27. 15. LY Hanger, G Ritter, R Baron. unpublished results. 16. AI Bakal. Functionality of combined sweeteners in several food applications. Chem Ind 18:700, 1983. 17. RC Gelardi. The multiple sweetener approach and new sweeteners on the horizon.

Thus, combinations balance the characteristics of the sweeteners used in such blends (20). Favorably viewed were mixtures of acesulfame K and aspartame (ca. 1: 1 by weight), acesulfame K and sodium cyclamate (ca. 1: 5 by weight), and sometimes other mixtures, in which both sweetening agents almost equally contributed to the sweetness of the mixture. When comparing single and mixtures of intense sweeteners to sucrose, mixtures of sweeteners containing acesulfame K are found to be closer in taste to sucrose than single sweeteners (18).

In several countries, approvals according to good manufacturing practice have been granted. Because the ADI values allocated for acesulfame K may not be easy to compare with use levels, a conversion into the corresponding sucrose levels offers a simple possibility to get an idea of the potential applications. Using the sweetness intensity factor of 200 times sucrose, the ADI allocated by the WHO and FAO corresponds to 180 g of sucrose for the 60-kg adult. These values are well above the average daily sucrose consumption.

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