|CAS No.:||551-68-8||Other Names:||Sweetener|
|FEMA No.:||C4H10O4||Type:||Acidity Regulators, Antioxidants, Chewing Gum Bases, Emulsifiers, Enzyme Preparations, Flavoring Agents, Nutrition Enhancers, Preservatives, Stabilizers, Sweeteners, THICKENERS|
|Grade:||Food Grade.pharmaceutical Grade||Port:||Qingdao|
D-allulose sweetener natural sugar alternatives,
C4H10O4 allulose d-psicose sigma,
C4H10O4 D-allulose sweetener
High Purity D-Allulose Sweeteners Allulose D- psicose powder
|Appearance||Colorless Light Yellow Liquid||White or light yellow Powder||White Crystalline powder|
|D-Allulose (dry basis), %||≥95||≥95||≥98.5|
|Solids Substance, %||≥70||-||-|
|Total Plate Count, cfu/g||≤1000||≤1000||≤1000|
|Yeast and Mould, cfu/g||≤25||≤25||≤25|
|Salmonella, S.aureus /25g||Negative||Negative||Negative|
Allulose is also known as Psicose, D-Psicose, or even D-Allulose. Allulose is a low calorie sugar with the same clean, sweet taste
you expect from sugar. Soon you’ll be able to find it in a wide range of foods and beverages to support a healthy lifestyle.
Allulose is one of many different sugars that exists in nature in very small quantities. It was initially identified from wheat
and has since been found in certain fruits including jackfruit, figs and raisins.
Allulose is naturally present in small quantities in a variety of sweet foods like caramel sauce, maple syrup and brown sugar.
A monosaccharide, or simple sugar, allulose is absorbed by the body, but not metabolized so it is nearly calorie-free.
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