Saccharin Manufacturing Process

Saccharin or sodium saccharin, which is also known as benzoic sulphinide, is an artificial sweetener that comes with zero or effectively no food energy. It is known to be about 300-400 times as sweet as sucrose but has a bitter or metallic aftertaste, especially at high concentrations. The melting point of saccharin is about 228.8 to 229.7 °C. Saccharin is often utilised to sweeten products, for example, drinks, candies, cookies, and even medicines.

saccharin manufacturing process