1. JKSSOO ( Normal Sucralose )
JKSSOO is normal Sucralose with particle size 140 Mesh . It is widely used for powder and liquid preparations.
2. JKSSGR ( Compressed Granular Sucralose )
JKSSGR is New Generation Upgraded Version of Normal Sucralose . it has 180-200 Mesh particle size .
JKSSGR is More …Free Flow , Dust Free , more heat Stable , product with Better sweetness and masking ability …..More…( attach the ppt JK Granula)
3. JKSS1200 ( Micronized Sucralose )
JKSS1200 is Micronized Sucralose with particle size 1200 mesh . it is better utilized for POWDER FORMULATION.
4. What is sucralose?
Sucralose is a Zero Calorie Diabetic Fit Sugar Substitute . As per FDA Sucarlose is a General purpose Non-nuntritive Sweetener. Sucralose is High Intensity Sweetener and is about 600 times sweeter than Sugar. Sucralose was discovered in 1976 by Tate & Lyle. More than 100 Scientific Studies have been conducted over period of 20 year period have conclusively demonstrated that sucralose is safe for consumption. In 1990, the Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA) was the first regulatory body to endorse the safety ofsucralose. In 1991, Canada's Health Protection Branch became the first national regulatory agency to endorse sucralose safety and permit its use in foods and beverages. In 1998, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the use ofsucralose in 15 food and beverage categories -- the broadest initial approval ever given to a food additive. Then, in August 1999, the FDA extended the approval by permitting sucralose use as a general-purpose sweetener in all foods, beverages, dietary supplements and medical foods. In January 2004. -, the European Union amended its Sweeteners Directive to permit the use ofsucralose in a broad range of food and beverage products. Sucralose is now permitted for use in over100 countries and has been consumed by millions of people worldwide.
5. What's the advantages of Sucralose?
Only High Intensity Sweetener (HIS) made from sugar
On average 600 times sweeter than sugar by weigh
Does Not Cause Tooth Decay
No Effect on Carbohydrate Metabolism
Friendly ingredient declaration- no additional warning statements
Closest sweetness profile to sugar of any HIS
Very soluble and easy to handle
Non Calories or Carbohydrates
No Effect on Short or Long-Term Blood Glucose Control
No Effect on Male or Female Reproduction
No Known Side Effects
6. What's the difference from other HIS?
7. Products sweetened with sucralose provide good-tasting, lower-calorie alternatives How much sucralose may people safely consume?
People may consume a vari sucralose-sweetened food and beverage products on a daily basis without concern that they are exceeding a safe intake leve When evaluating the safety of new food ingredients like sucralose, health authorities compare an estimate of the ingredient's maximum daily intake with the highest daily consumption level consumed in preclinical and clinical studies that was shown to be without harmful effects. Ideally, the intake estimate will be substantially less than the actual consumption levels shown to be without adverse effect in the preclinical and clinical studies. Studies in animals consuming large doses of sucralose on a daily basis over a lifetime and studies in humans who consumed high levels of sucralose for up to six months have shown no harmful effects. The consumption levels in these studies were well in excess of the estimates of maximum potential exposure to sucralose from foods and beverages.
8. Can people with diabetes use sucralose?
Yes. Clinical studies have shown that sucralose can be safely consumed by people with diabetes. Sucralose is not recognized by the body as sugar or as a carbohydrate. It is not metabolized by the body for energy and does not affect blood glucose levels.Sucralose has no effect on blood glucose utilization, carbohydrate metabolism or insulin production. Products sweetened withsucralose provide good-tasting, lower-calorie alternatives for people with diabetes who are interested in reducing their caloric or sugar intake. As with any nutritional concerns, people with diabetes should consult their doctor or diabetes healthcare professional for advice on an individualized dietary plan.
9. Can pregnant and breastfeeding women consume sucralose?
Yes. Sucralose can be used by everyone, including pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers. Although sucralose may be used as part of a healthy pre- and post-natal diet, women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should talk to their doctor or nutritionist about foods to eat to support their health, and their baby's health.