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                Sucralose-New Food Additive?

                Jan 05, 2024Leave a message

                Sucralose (also known as sucralose)Sucralose (also known as sucralose)


                Background information

                Sucralose, as a sweetener, has been listed in the Food Safety 4 National Standard for the Use of Food Additives (GB 2760), and is allowed to be used in food categories such as flavored fermented milk, frozen drinks, processed nuts and seeds, candy, baked goods, etc. In this application, the maximum dosage of cooked nuts and seeds with shells (food category is expanded from 1.0 g/kg to 4. The maximum dosage of processed nuts and seeds (food category: after hulling was expanded from 1.0 g/kg to 2.0g/kg.

                Codex Alimentarius Commission, US Food and Drug Administration, European Commission, Japanese Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, Australian and New Zealand Food Standards Bureau, etc. allow it to be used as a sweetener in nuts, grains and other food categories. According to the evaluation results of the Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives, the daily allowable intake of this substance is 0-15 mg/kg bw.

                Process necessity

                As a sweetening agent, this substance is used for cooked nuts and seeds with shell (food category and cooked nuts and seeds without shell (food category to adjust the taste of products. Its quality specification is in accordance with the national food safety standard food additive sucralose (GB 25531).


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