|Place of Origin:||anhui|
|Model Number:||10-30/30-80 mesh|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 kg|
|Packaging Details:||25kgs/bag; 1000kgs/pallet; about 20 mts/20’gp|
|Delivery Time:||TWO WEEKS|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, Western Union,|
|Supply Ability:||500 TONS PER MONTH|
|Xylitol:||10-30/30-80/100mesh||GMO Free:||Non GMO|
|Best Substitute Of Sweetener:||For The Diabetic||Delicious Sweet Taste:||With No Unpleasant Aftertaste|
|Prevent Tooth Decay:||Yes||Calorie:||Provides One Third Fewer Calories Than Sugar|
What is it about Xylitol that makes it a great alternative to traditional sugars? Xylitol is a naturally occurring carbohydrate, that looks and tastes just like regular table sugar. It is a natural sweetener that can be extracted from any woody fibrous plant material. Commercially it is extracted from renewable resources such as corn cobs, and also from less environmentally sustainable sources such as hardwood. Xylitol also occurs naturally in our bodies – in fact, an average size adult manufactures up to 15 grams of xylitol daily during normal metabolism. Pure xylitol is a white crystalline substance that looks and tastes like sugar.
Where Xylitol Comes From?
Xylitol is found widely in nature, most of the fruits and vegetables that we eat on a daily basis have small amounts of xylitol. For commercial purposes xylitol comes from two sources: corncobs or trees. Even though the end resulting product is the same, the process to extract it from these two sources is not.
Corncobs are our preferred source for xylitol, it is much more sustainable and environmentally friendly. Corncobs are a renewable resource and are normally waste at the end of the season. Using corncobs that take 5 months to grow as a source for xylitol is much more sustainable than using trees that take 20 years to grow as a source for xylitol.
There are a number of xylitol production facilities around the world, but most of them are in China. In China most corn is harvested by hand and so at the harvest there are big piles of corncobs that need to be disposed of. To get rid of this they build xylitol production facilities. One would think that we would have an overabundance of corncobs here in America with all the corn we grow, but since we harvest with machinery the cobs are thrown back out into the field and not collected.
1. Xylitol is the best substitute of sweetener for the diabetic, can be widely used in the drinking juice, coffee, milk, bread, candy and other sugarless food.
2. It has intensive cool taste, so it can be used in tasty cakes, biscuits. sweets. leechdom and other commodities with new-style taste.
3. The metabolism of xylitol in the human body relies not on trypsin and dose not increase the blood sugar numerical value. Thus it can be used in injection and transfusion when the sugar of the diabetic decompensate. It is also suitable for the sufferer to take medicine.
4. It can be used as wetting agent in the cosmetics and is not irritative to skin.
5. Xylitol has no Aldehyde, no Maillard Browning reaction when get heating, is good to produce different bakery foods.
6. Xylitol can promote multiplication of bacterium and beneficial bacteria in the intestines, to improve gastrointestinal function, is a widely used functional additive by its high activity.
7. Xylitol is not fermented by yeast, can be the inert substrate for microbe.
8. Xylitol's cooling sensation can add the taste of food with mint and spearmint.
9. To produce gum, chewing gum, toffee, soft candy, jelly, chocolate, chewing tablet and etc, can cool the throat, clean the teeth and be anti-cariogenic.
Xylitol serves as an effective sugar substitute for diabetics and non-diabetics. Xylitol use also provides excellent dental benefits. Using xylitol has many benefits:
* Delicious sweet taste… with no unpleasant aftertaste
* Helps reduce the development of dental caries
* Reduces plaque formation
* Increases salivary flow to aid in the repair of damaged tooth enamel
* Provides one third fewer calories than sugar
* May be useful as a sugar alternative for people with diabetes (on the advice of their healthcare providers)
Specification: 10-30 mesh; 30-80 mesh; xylitol powder
|Other polyols||≤ 1.5%|
|Loss on drying||≤0.2%|
|Residue on ignition||≤0.02%|
|Ph in aqueous solution||5.0-7.0|
|Total plate count||≤50cfu/g|
|Yeast & Mold||≤10cfu/g|
25kgs/bag; 1000kgs/pallet; about 20 mts/20’gp
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