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Aspartame is a low-calorie sweetener that has been used for decades as a way to lower one’s intake of added sugars while still providing satisfaction from enjoying something sweet. Aspartame is about 200 times sweeter than sugar, and as such only a small amount of the sweetener is needed to match the sweetness provided by sugar. In tabletop packets and prepared foods and beverages, aspartame is often blended with other sweeteners or food components to minimize bitter flavors and enhance overall taste.

Aspartame consists of two amino acids—aspartic acid and phenylalanine. When ingested, aspartame is broken down into these amino acids for use in protein synthesis and metabolism. In addition to aspartic acid and phenylalanine, aspartame digestion also yields a small amount of methanol, a compound that is naturally found in foods like fruits and vegetables and their juices. The amount of methanol resulting from consuming an aspartame-sweetened beverage is about five to six times less than that resulting from the same volume of tomato juice.


Product Name:   Aspartame Batch No: AK202202193046 Package:      25kg/Drum
Mfg. Date: 19 Feb. 2022 Expi Date:     18 Feb. 2024 Quantity: 5000kg
                                                                                                                                                                 Testing Report
Test     Requirement Result
Solubility in Water Freely Soluble Freely Soluble
Solubility in Ethanol Slightly Soluble Slightly Soluble
ultraviolet Absorption 227士2nm 227士2nm
Test for Potassium Positive Positive
Precipitation test YellowPrecipitate YellowPrecipitate
Test Requirement Result
Assay Content                  % 99.0~101.0 99.51
Loss on Drying(105℃,2h)       % ≤1 0.04
organic lmpuritiesug                       /g ≤20 <20
1mpurity A                              % ≤0.125 <0.125
lmpurity B                mg/kg ≤20 <20
Fluoride                    mg/kg ≤3 0.71
Heavy Metals                mg/kg ≤5 <5
Arsenic                       mg/kg ≤3 3
Lead                           mg/kg ≤1 Not-detected

Aspartame is found in about 6,000 products around the world, including carbonated soft drinks, powdered soft drinks, chewing gum, confections, gelatins, dessert mixes, puddings and fillings, frozen desserts, yogurt, tabletop sweeteners, and some pharmaceuticals such as vitamins and sugar-free cough drops. In the United States, food ingredients, including aspartame, must be listed in the ingredient statement on the food label.

Several tabletop sweeteners containing aspartame as the sweetening ingredient can be used in a wide variety of recipes. However, in some recipes requiring lengthy heating or baking, a loss of sweetness may occur; this is not a safety issue — simply the product may not be as sweet as desired. Therefore, it is best to use tabletop sweeteners with aspartame in specially designed recipes available from the manufacturers of these tabletop sweeteners. Aspartame tabletop sweeteners may also be added to some recipes at the end of heating to maintain sweetness.


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