Where Does Saccharin Come from?


Saccharin is a substance obtained from the saccharinates. It is a white crystalline powder, about 300 times sweeter than sugar or sucrose. It is naturally available commercially either in the form of acid (saccharin) or as salts.
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Sodium saccharin is a synthetic chemical that is used to sweeten foods. Saccharin has the chemical formula C7H5NO3S and is prepared by reacting anthranilic acid with nitrous acid,
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