Product Name: Lactitol Monohydrate
|Appearance||White crystalline powder|
|Specific optical rotation||13.5－ 15.5°|
|Total plate count||≤50cfu/g|
Lactitol monohydrate (D-Lactitol monohydrate) is a sugar analogue of lactulose with potential use in constipation and hepatic encephalopathy studies. lactitol monohydrate is a sugar alcohol used as an alternative sweetener.
- The application of lactose alcohol is largely in the substitution of sucrose. Products containing this sweetener can be used as a low-calorie, sugar-free, caries-free agent and are recommended for diabetics. Lactolitol is used in the production of all kinds of candy, such as chocolate, hard candy, caramel, fudge and gum, as well as ice cream and baked goods. All of these products demonstrate the versatility of lactose alcohol as a bulk sweetener.
- In the production of chewing gum, lactose alcohol can replace sorbitol to avoid moisture absorption during production and storage. This means cheaper packaging materials can be used, which also has a positive impact on the environment. In hard and soft sugars, the mixture of lactose and maltitol slurry is similar in processing and final product quality to that of traditional confectionery products.
- In addition, lactose alcohol can be used as a quality improver in livestock feed to improve the animal’s taste, and can also promote the proliferation of bifidobacteria in animals. It can be used as an excipient in medicine and also in cosmetics such as toothpaste, cigarette and lipstick. With the diversification of food and the continuous improvement of the comprehensive quality of color, aroma and taste, lactose alcohol as a new type of functional sweetener has been paid more and more attention to and developed.
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