Monday, 21 March 2016

Latest Report Sodium saccharine Market - Trends, Challenges, Opportunities and Forecasts to 2015

Sodium saccharine, like aspartame, stevia, and sucralose, is an artificial sweetener. It is sweeter than sucrose, however may result in a bitter or metallic aftertaste. Sodium saccharine dissociates into various components when dissolved in water. It has been in use on a commercial basis for over 100 years in countries like the U.S. Inert bulking agents are often added for commercial applications so that it becomes easier to use.

Sodium saccharine is used as table sugar substitute. Its other uses include flavored gelatin, canned fruit, bakery products, salad dressings, diet sodas, and jams. Medicine and toothpaste are also sweetened using this chemical. Its advantage over aspartame is that it can tolerate high heat and hence can be used for cooking and baking. It is often blended with other sweeteners so that each sweetener masks the other’s off-taste. Sodium saccharine is also used in industrial products such as metalworking fluids and adhesives. 

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In 2010, the USEPA (United States Environmental Protection Agency) eliminated sodium saccharine from its list of hazardous materials. Also, the USFDA (United States Food and Drug Administration), in 2000, removed the regulation that called for a warning label indicating its presence in products. Yet, certain health risks are associated with its ingestion. It is observed that this chemical may be carcinogenic, cause allergic reactions in some individuals, and even result in diabetes and weight gain. 

Demand for sodium saccharine is affected by prices and supply of various upstream raw materials. Market growth is also linked to macroeconomic trends and governmental regulations in key geographies like China, Japan, U.S. and European Union. Since sodium saccharine is often an intermediate product, its demand is closely related to the market viability of products that use it as an input. The global and Chinese sodium saccharine market may be categorized on the basis of applications and countries. 

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Chinese manufacturers were subject to antidumping duty following directives from the U.S. Department of Commerce in 2003. India has also imposed such duty on imports from China. This has an adverse effect on the Chinese market.
Notable Chinese manufacturers include Zibo Qingxin Chemicals Co. Ltd., Qingdao Twell Sansino Import & Export Co. Ltd., Zhengzhou Huaer Electro-Optics Technology Co. Ltd., Shanghai Haoting Industry and Trading Co. Ltd., etc. D.K. Pharmachem Pvt. Ltd. was the pioneer in manufacture of sodium saccharine in India. PMC Specialties Group, Inc. is a leading producer in the U.S. 

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