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I.H.C. Chempharm

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I.H.C. Chempharm is a company working with products for the Cosmetic, Pharma, Chemical, Petfood, Feed and Food Industries. Products for the Food include Amino Acids, Hydrocolloids, Releasing Agents, Fiber, Emulsifiers/Stabilizers, Carriers/Fillers/Wetting Agents, Dyestuff, Dietary Supplement, Carbohydrates, Plasticizers, Vitamins, Acidifier, Antioxidants, Preservatives, Flavor Additives and Sweeteners.
Acesulfam-K I.H.C. Chempharm Acesulfam-K is a calorie-free sugar substitute (artificial sweetener), also known as Acesulfame K or Ace K. It is a food additive and sweetening agent for use in the bakery and beverage industry as well as in diary products.
Aspartame I.H.C. Chempharm Aspartame is an artificial sweetener used primarily as a food additive sweetening agent in many food industries including baked goods, beverages, dairy products, confectionery, diet products and chewing gum.
Polydextrose I.H.C. Chempharm Polydextrose is a sugar substitute that is derived from dextrose, polydextrose is a food ingredient that can be used as a low calorie substitute in many recipes. Originally developed in Europe, it is now available worldwide. Assigned an E number of E1200 ...展開 Polydextrose is a sugar substitute that is derived from dextrose, polydextrose is a food ingredient that can be used as a low calorie substitute in many recipes. Originally developed in Europe, it is now available worldwide. Assigned an E number of E1200 in accordance with the International Numbering System, polydextrose is now found in packaged foods as well as being available for use around the house. The basic contents of polydextrose revolve around three ingredients. Along with the use of a portion of dextrose, the food ingredient also contains sortibol and a small amount of citric acid. The low caloric content makes it attractive to dieters, while the low glucose content makes the substance an excellent choice of sweetener for persons who are in a prediabetic state. In addition, this artificial sweetener also contains a very low fat content, which makes it attractive to people who wish to watch their cholesterol levels. Approved for use in the United States in 1981, polydextrose can be found in a number of different types of low calorie sweets. Puddings and gelatins often contain the substance. A growing number of soft and hard candies make good use of the sugar substitute. Even frozen desserts are increasingly making use of it as a way of helping people to enjoy a tasty treat while still watching the sugar and fat content. 收起
Sodium Cyclamate I.H.C. Chempharm Sodium Cyclamate are artificial sweeteners developed in the 1930’s for use in a number of commercially manufactured foods and beverages. Considered to be in the range of thirty times sweeter than sucrose, cyclamate is derived from cyclohexylsulfamic acid....展開 Sodium Cyclamate are artificial sweeteners developed in the 1930’s for use in a number of commercially manufactured foods and beverages. Considered to be in the range of thirty times sweeter than sucrose, cyclamate is derived from cyclohexylsulfamic acid. Because cyclamate could be produced quickly and inexpensively, it became especially popular with manufacturers of soft drinks, baked goods, confectioneries and diet products. 收起
Sodium Saccharine I.H.C. Chempharm Sodium Saccharine also referred to simple as saccharin, is most commonly known as a widely used artificial sweetener. Saccharin in its acid form is not water soluble so the sweetener is combined with sodium salt to help absorption. The compound is thought...展開 Sodium Saccharine also referred to simple as saccharin, is most commonly known as a widely used artificial sweetener. Saccharin in its acid form is not water soluble so the sweetener is combined with sodium salt to help absorption. The compound is thought to be from 300 to 500 times as sweet as conventional sugar, or sucrose. Sodium saccharin can be found in diet soft drinks, syrups, baked goods, ice cream, and other sweet foods and drinks. In food products, this sweetener is commonly used in combination with other artificial sweeteners, such as aspartame and cyclamate. When used with aspartame, sodium saccharin is useful because it has a longer shelf-life, so the drink will retain its sweetness. In the case of cyclamate, the combination is typically used because each sweetener serves to cover the other's off flavors. 收起
Sucralose I.H.C. Chempharm Sucralose is an artificial sweetener used in place of sugar. It is much sweeter than many other artificial sweeteners, but is not easily absorbed by the human body. This chemical is not found in nature and is synthesized in manufacturing plants. It is no...展開 Sucralose is an artificial sweetener used in place of sugar. It is much sweeter than many other artificial sweeteners, but is not easily absorbed by the human body. This chemical is not found in nature and is synthesized in manufacturing plants. It is normally used in beverage and food products as a replacement for sugar and other natural and artificial sweeteners. Sucralose is made by adding chloride molecules to selective spots on a sucrose molecule. Hydroxyl groups consist of an oxygen and hydrogen molecule. Three chloride molecules are added. Acetylation and chlorination make the molecule replacement. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the use of this product in foods in 1998. Products containing it are widely available in grocery stores and food outlets. 收起