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Sodium saccharin

E No.:E954
CAS NO.:128-44-9
Einecs No.:204-886-1
Hs code:29251100.00
Package:25kg/drum or 25kg/drum
Payment Term:L/C, D/P, T/T
QC:HACCP, Halal, Kosher, ISO



Sodium saccharin is the solid form of the artificial sweetener saccharin. Saccharin is non-nutritive and is used to add sweetness to beverages and foods without the calories or detrimental effects of consuming sugar. Using artificial sweeteners can help you reduce your consumption of sugar. High sugar consumption is common and can contribute to a wide range of health concerns including Type 2 diabetes, obesity and cardiovascular disease.


Substituting saccharin, or another sugar substitute, for table sugar, or sucrose, can help aid in weight loss and long-term weight control, reduce the incidence of dental cavities and be an important factor in the management of Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. Saccharin is typically used to sweeten beverages rather than in baked goods or other foods. It is several hundred times sweeter than table sugar and contains no calories.

Acceptable Daily Intake

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has established an acceptable daily intake, ADI, of saccharin of 5 milligrams per kilogram of body mass. This is equivalent to approximately nine packets of sweetener. The ADI is established to be 100 times lower than the lowest dose that has been demonstrated to have adverse effects in lab animals.


Research studies in the 1970s linked a diet very high in saccharin to an increased incidence of bladder cancer in lab rats. However, further studies have suggested that the mechanism is unique to lab rats; It has not been shown to occur in humans. Several decades of population studies in the U.S. and abroad have failed to show any adverse health effects of saccharin. However, saccharin is not a panacea for weight loss or the treatment of diabetes. It is important to use artificial sweeteners as part of an overall health lifestyle under the guidance of a trained health professional.


Each sugar substitute has a distinct taste. Your choice will depend mainly on your taste preference. Sugar substitutes may also be combined to produce a taste that is more palatable. Other sugar substitutes approved for use in the U.S. include aspartame, acesulfame K, sucralose, highly refined extract of the stevia leaf, and rebiana. You may also choose to use sugar alcohols or other sweeteners such as honey or agave nectar, as they contain fewer calories than sucrose.

Product  Name:         Sodium Saccharin Batch No: 20220221 Package: 25/drum or 25kg/bag
Mfg. date:            02 Sep.2022 Exp. Date: 01  Sep.2025 Quantity: 1000KG
Testing Report

Analysis Item Standard Results
Identification Positive Complies
Melting point of °C 226-230 226.7-229.6
Appearance White crystal White crystal
Content % 99.0-101.0 99.88
Loss on drying ≤15% 14.05%
Ammonium Salts ≤25ppm 15ppm
Arsenic ≤2ppm 1ppm
Lead ≤2ppm 1ppm
Benzoate and salicylate No precipitate or violet color appears Complies
Heavy metals ≤10ppm 5ppm
Free acid or alkali Complies with BP/USP/EP Complies
Readily carbonizable substances Not more intensely colored than reference Complies
P-Toluene sulfonamide ≤10ppm 6ppm
O-Toluene sulfonamide ≤10ppm 5ppm
Selenium ≤30 ppm 5ppm
Related substance Complies with BP/USP/EP Without
Clarity and color of solution. Colorless, clear Colorless, clear
Organic volatiles Complies with BP/USP/EP Without
PH value Complies with BP/USP/EP 6.5
Benzoic acid- sulfonamide ≤25ppm 15ppm
Above certificate of analysis is in compliance with BP and USP standard.

A) Food Industry

Sodium saccharin E954 can be used in toothpaste, mouthwash and used as a non-nutritive sweetener and stabilizer in a variety of food and drinks. Bakeries use sodium saccharin to sweeten baked goods, breads, cookies and muffins. Artificially sweetened diet drinks and sodas use sodium saccharin since it dissolves readily in water. Other products that contain sodium saccharin include marzipan, plain, sweetened and fruit-flavored yogurt, jams/jellies and ice cream.


B) Chemical and Agricultural Industry

Sodium saccharin E954 is an intermediate chemical ingredient in the production of pesticides and herbicides. It is a catalytic agent in the manufacture of anaerobic adhesive–an adhesive that stiffens without the presence of oxygen. Anaerobic adhesives are called locking compounds or sealants and are used to seal and secure close-fitting parts.

 C) Electroplating Industry

According to “Saccharin from China”, sodium saccharin is useful in the electroplating industry as an additive in metalworking fluids and adhesives. The electroplating of nickel, for instance, uses saccharin as an electrolyte (a substance, which when dissolved in a solution, makes it electrically conductive). Electroplating is the process in which an electric current is applied through a solution to coat the surface of a metal with another layer of metal. The nickel electroplating industry uses sodium saccharine bring about a brighter finish. Gold and palladium electroplating baths also use sodium saccharin.

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