CAS:68424 04 4
Polydextrose is a water-soluble dietary fiber. It is a polysaccharide composed of randomly cross-linked glucose, which is formed by high-temperature melting and polycondensation of glucose, a small amount of sorbitol, and citric acid. It is white or off-white solid particles, easily soluble in water, with a solubility of 70%, slightly sweet, and no special taste. It is a food component with health care functions and can supplement the water-soluble dietary fiber needed by the human body.
|Polydextrose||Polydextrose after neutralization and decolorization|
|Polydextrose (calculated on a dry basis, ash-free product), W/%||≥||90.0|
|Loss on drying, w/%||≤||4.0|
|Ash content w/%||≤||0.3||2.0|
|1,6·Dehydration process)·Glucose (calculated on a dry basis, ash-free product), w/%||≤||4.0|
|Glucose and sorbitol (calculated on a dry basis, ash-free product), w/%||≤||6.0|
|5•Hydroxymethylfurfural (calculated on a dry basis, without ash content), w/%||≤||0.1||0.05|
Is Polydextrose An Artificial Sweetener?
Polydextrose is not used as a sweetener and artificial sweeteners often mean high-intensity sweeteners. Polydextrose is different from general sucrose and polydextrose soluble fiber does not contain a lot of sugar, even if consumed in large quantities it will not cause sugar accumulation in the body.
Is Polydextrose A Prebiotic?
Polyglucose powder, polydextrose syrup is a kind of healthy low-calorie sweetener dietary fiber, which can replace sugar, thicken, retain water, resist starch aging, increase dietary fiber content, and other functions. Application fields of polydextrose sweetener include various food, beverage, medicine and chemical industry, etc.