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Ammonium carbonate, also known as baker's ammonia or salt of hartshorn, consists of pink, white, grey or colorless crystals, which give off a well-expressed ammonia smell. Ammonium carbonate is obtained synthetically.
Neotame is a non-nutritive artificial sweetener that is between 7000 and 13000 times sweeter than sugar. Neotame is used to sweeten all kinds of foods and drinks, either on its own or in combination with other nutritive or non-nutritive sweeteners.
In 1988, acesulfame K was approved as a sugar substitute. Acesulfame K is used in the production of sodas, sweets, gums, gelatin desserts.
Isomalt is a sugar substitute. It is considered natural and harmless, suitable for anyone who wants to limit their intake of sugar. Isomalt finds use in confectioneries, soft and hard bonbons, ice cream, chocolate, gums and others.
Neohesperidin dihydrochalcone is a compound extracted from citruses and is used as a sweetener. Neohesperidin dihydrochalcone is also used as a food additive known as Е959. It is quickly absorbed by the human body.
Agar-Agar, or simply agar, is a gelling agent - a polysaccharide which is derived from several species of red algae. Agar-agar is an ideal product for gelling.
Salicylic acid is found in various commercial forms. Salicylic acid is often used in shower gels, tonics, cleansing face foams and scrubs.
Sorbitol is a food supplement relating to the stabilizers. Sorbitol, also known in the food industry as E420, is used as an emulsifier, sweetener and retaining agent.
Sweeteners are substances used as food additive sugar substitutes. Sweeteners can be divided into two groups: natural and synthetic.
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