Saccharin is a low calorie sweetener that’s available in both Sodium and Calcium forms. It exhibits exemplary synergistic properties when blended with other high intensity sweeteners, such as aspartame and sucralose.

First discovered in 1879, saccharin has been used for over 100 years as a method of sweetening foods and beverages without the calories or glucose reaction associated with many sweeteners. It’s been the subject of more than 30 human studies to support and confirm its safety in human consumption. From dietitians to dentists to doctors, professional health experts laud the benefits of this reliable sweetener.

Freely soluble in water, saccharin is approximately 300-500 times sweeter than sucrose.

Consumers have enjoyed saccharin’s sweetness in cereals, teas, candies, and more for more than 100 years. Get in touch to initiate your next sugar-free product’s commercialization!

Don Schwenker
Senior Manager

Other resources

formats Powder and granular
appearance White crystal powder
packaging 25 kg cardboard drums with two PE liner bags
shipping Recommended to be shipped in an odor-free environment. Low humidity conditions are recommended to minimize caking/degradation potential.
storage Store in a well-closed place with constant low temperature and no direct sunlight.
shelf life The shelf life of this material is 5 years from the date of manufacture if stored in the recommended environment. The product should be reevaluated if it exceeds the expiration date.
conformity FAO-WHO Specifications

Food Chemicals Codex

European Commission Regulation

Japanese Standards for Food Additives

US Pharmacopoeia

Kosher, Parve, and Halal Certified

Suggested Uses

  • Beverages
  • Personal Care
  • Tabletop sweeteners
  • Baked goods
  • Cereals
  • Confections
  • Dairy