Aspartame is a low-calorie sweetener approximately 200 times sweeter than sugar. It is absorbed by the body, but due to the high sweetness coefficient, the amount of aspartame used is so insignificant that it can be considered virtually calorie-free.

It consists of two amino acids – aspartic acid and phenylalanine, which are the building blocks of protein. The amino acids that make up aspartame are naturally present in most protein-containing foods, including meat, dairy products and vegetables.During digestion, aspartame breaks down into phenylalanine, aspartic acid and a small amount of methanol. Methanol is found naturally in the human body and in many foods. Its amount in aspartame is insignificant compared to that found in the products. For example, tomato juice contains six times more methanol compared to the same portion of a drink sweetened with aspartame.

It tastes very close to sugar. Emphasizes and enhances the taste of fruits and especially citrus fruits. You can reduce the number of calories in drinks and foods by replacing sugar with aspartame. A tiny amount of aspartame with 1/10 of a calorie gives the same level of sweetness as a teaspoon of sugar with 16 calories. Does not cause tooth decay.

Aspartame is used for sweetening various foods, beverages and as a table sweetener. Currently, it is used in the following well-known products:

- carbonated drinks
- juices- puddings, cake fillers, jellies
- desserts and gravies
- table sweeteners (tablets and powders)
- chewing gum
- fruit juices
- pastille
- yoghurts
- frozen desserts, jams, marmalades
- pharmaceuticals
- breakfast cereals
- confectionery products
- dry drinks

Aspartame is the most well-studied dietary supplement used in food products. Aspartame is safe for health and approved for consumption by diabetics, pregnant women, nursing mothers and children.Aspartame has been studied and declared safe by the European Food Commission (SCF), the Joint Expert Commission on Food Additives (JECFA)The World Health Organization (WHO), the Food and Drug Administration in the United States (FDA), as well as many regulatory organizations in more than 90 countries, including Russia.

Aspartame is widely used in the countries of Eastern and Western Europe, in the USA, Canada, South America, Astralia and Japan.

Permissible Daily Dose:
The permissible daily Dose (ADI) for aspartame has been set at 40 mg per kilogram of human body weight (JECFA).


E-code E 951
Application beverage production, confectionery industry, production of fast food, dairy industry, dietary products, pharmaceutical industry, fat and oil industry, sports nutrition, table sweeteners
Sweetness coefficient 200

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