Liquid Organic Rice Maltitol Syrup

Product Description Product Name Maltitol Liquid CAS No. 585-88-6 EINECS No. 209-567-0 MF C12H24O11 Appearance Colorless Liquid Grade Food Grade Weight 25KG/bag/ctn/drum Shelf Life 2 years Certification Haccp,Kosher,Halal,

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Product Description
 Product Name Maltitol Liquid
 CAS No. 585-88-6
 EINECS No. 209-567-0
 MF C12H24O11
 Appearance Colorless Liquid
 Grade Food Grade
 Weight 25KG/bag/ctn/drum
 Shelf Life 2 years
 Certification Haccp,Kosher,Halal,Iso
 Packing 25KG/bag/ctn/drum


Maltitol Description 
Maltitol is a sugar alcohol (a polyol) used as a sugar substitute. It has 75-90% of the sweetness of sucrose (table sugar) and nearly identical properties, except for browning. It is used to replace table sugar because it is half as caloric, does not promote tooth decay, and has a somewhat lesser effect on blood glucose. In chemical terms, maltitol is known as 4-O-α-glucopyranosyl-D-sorbitol.

Specifications OF Maltitol Liquid

Solid Substance:  75% min.
Water Content: 25% max
PH in Solution: 5~7.5
Assay(Maltitol):50% min.
Sorbitol:  8% max.
Reducing Sugars:0.30% max.
 Ash: 0.10% max.
Chloride: 50ppm max.
Sulphate: 100ppm max.
Heavy Metals10ppm max.
Nickel: 1ppm max.
Lead:1ppm max
Total plate count:: 1000/g max.
E.Coli: Negative
Salmonella: Negative


Specifications OF Maltitol Powder



AppearanceWhite crystal powderComplied

Typically sweet with no foreign taste

OdourNo foreign odoursComplied
Related products≤1%0.40%
Water content≤0.5%0.09%
Reducing sugar≤0.1%0.03%
Specific rotation+105.5°~ +108.5°106.5°
Melting point148°C--151°C149.5°C
Chloride≤50 ppm<50 ppm
Sulfate≤100 ppm<100 ppm
Lead≤0.5 ppm<0.5 ppm
Nickel≤0.5 ppm<0.5 ppm
Arsenic≤0.5 ppm<0.5 ppm
Heavy metals≤10 ppm<10 ppm
Sulfated ash≤0.1%0.02%
Conductivity≤ 20us/cmComplied
Viable counts≤20cfu/g10 cfu/g
Yeast≤10cfu/g<10 cfu/g
Coliform organismsNegative in 25gComplied
SalmonellaNegative in 25gComplied

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Applications OF Maltitol

Maltitol's high sweetness allows it to be used without being mixed with other sweeteners. It exhibits a negligible cooling effect (positive heat of solution) in comparison with other sugar alcohols, and is very similar to the subtle cooling effect of sucrose. It is used in candy manufacture, particularly sugar-free hard candy, chewing gum, chocolates, baked goods, and ice cream. The pharmaceutical industry uses maltitol as an excipient, where it is used as a low-calorie sweetening agent. Its similarity to sucrose allows it to be used in syrups with the advantage that crystallization (which may cause bottle caps to stick) is less likely. Maltitol may also be used as a plasticizer in gelatin capsules, as an emollient, and as a humecta.


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