Saccharin Production Cost Analysis 2020
Saccharin or sodium saccharin, which is also known as benzoic sulphinide, is an artificial sweetener that comes with zero or effectively no food energy. It is known to be about 300–400 times as sweet as sucrose but has a bitter or metallic aftertaste, especially at high concentrations. The melting point of saccharin is about 228.8 to 229.7 °C. Saccharin is often utilised to sweeten products, for example, drinks, candies, cookies, and even medicines.
Saccharin is heat stable. There is no chemical reaction of this compound, that is, between saccharin and other food ingredients in general; as such, it stores well. Blends of this chemical compound, that is, saccharin with other sweeteners, is seldom utilised to compensate for each sweetener's weaknesses or faults. A 10:1 cyclamate–saccharin blend is typical in countries where both these sweeteners are legal. In this blend of cyclamate and saccharin, each sweetener masks the other's off-taste. In its acid form, saccharin is not miscible in water.
Procurement Resource provides an in-depth cost analysis of Saccharin production. The report incorporates the manufacturing process with detailed process and material flow, capital investment, operating costs along with financial expenses and depreciation charges. The study is based on the latest prices and other economic data available. We also offer additional analysis of the report with detailed breakdown of all cost components (Capital Investment Details, Production Cost Details, Economics for another Plant Location, Dynamic Cost Model).