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Saccharin Sodium

The sweetness of saccharin sodium is approximately 300 to 500 times that of regular sucrose, and it contains almost no calories.

Saccharin sodium is a synthetically produced sweetener, with the chemical formula C7H4NO3SNa. It is the sodium salt form of saccharin, appearing as a colorless to white crystalline powder, and is highly soluble in water and stable. The sweetness of saccharin sodium is about 300 to 500 times that of regular sucrose, but it contains almost no calories, making it very popular in low-calorie and diet foods. It is widely used in beverages, candies, baked goods, pharmaceuticals, and personal care products.