Glycine, also known as aminoacetic acid, is a non-essential amino acid for the human body. White crystalline powder, sweet, soluble in water, slightly soluble in methanol, ethanol, insoluble in acetone, ether.
White powder, very soluble in water, ethanol and methanol, is currently the only functional sweetener produced by sucrose as raw material, its sweetness is 600 times that of sucrose, and the sweetness is pure, the sweetness characteristics are very similar to sucrose, without any bitter taste; No heat, no caries, good stability, especially in aqueous solution. Sucralose has been approved for use in more than 120 countries around the world and is widely used in more than 3,000 kinds of food, health products, medical and daily chemical products.
Monk fruit extract
Monk fruit extract is extracted from natural monk fruit. It is a non-nutritive and high-intensity sweetener, about 300 times as sweet as sucrose, tastes very close to sugar, but contains no sugar and calories. The product is widely used in foods and beverages marketed as "sugar-free" or "diet," including baked goods, soft drinks, powdered drink mixes, candy, puddings, canned foods, jams and jellies, dairy products, and scores of other foods and beverages. It is safe for the general population. Monk fruit, a traditional Chinese medicine and edible fruit, has been planted and used for hundreds of years in China and Asian countries, with no toxins and no side effects.