Artificial Sweeteners: Compositions & Benefits-Report

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A constant innovation in the field of artificial sweeteners has triggered a new intellectual property battle among various innovators. The history of the artificial sweeteners goes back to the 19th century when the first artificial sweetener (Saccharin) was accidentally discovered by a Constantine Fahlberg in 1879. It took nearly nine decades before the next major artificial sweetener Aspartame was brought into existence by James Schlatter in 1965 followed by acesulfame potassium in 1967 by Hoechst AG. In the recent times, a variety of artificial sweeteners have been introduced to the market, one of them is the Stevia which has altogether changed the present and future of artificial sweeteners’ market as well as the trend of patent filings in the recent years.

Majorly Used Artificial Sweeteners
There are majorly five artificial sweeteners approved by the FDA.

Sold under the brand Sweet‘N’Low®, SugarTwin®, Saccharin is the oldest known artificial sweetener. Though mainly produced from phthalic anhydride, it can also be developed from toluene and is considered 300 to 500 times sweeter than sugar. It is often used in toothpaste, dietary foods, dietary beverages, etc.

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