Sugar Substitutes Market by Type (HIS, LIS, HFS), Composition (Stevia, Aspartame, Cyclamate
, Sucralose, Saccharin, AceK, D-Tagarose, Sorbitol, Maltitol, Xylitol, Mannitol), Application (Beverages, Food, Health & Personal Care), & by Region - Forecast to 2020' The sugar substitutes market is estimated to be valued at USD 13.
The committee also decided to ban sodium cyclamate
, a sweetening pharmaceutical item, from all drug markets in the UAE due to its dangerous side effects on the liver and its tendency to cause some cancers.
Artificial sweeteners Sucralose (Splenda[R], SucraPlus[TM]), acesulfame, saccharin, cyclamate
There are two types of high-intensity sweeteners: artificial sweeteners--such as alitame, cyclamate
, aspartame, neotame, potassium acesulfame (Ace K) and saccharin--and natural high-intensity sweeteners extracted from various plant sources--such as stevia and luo han guo (monk fruit).
Artificial sweeteners such as saccharin, cyclamate
, aspartame and sucralose rapidly emerged as low-calorie, tooth-friendly sugar alternatives.
Sweeteners with alitame, cyclamate
, and steviol glycosides are not approved as food ingredients in the United States but can be found in countries by sheer negligence.
Mentes  demonstrated the cariogenic effect of paediatric medicines, observing variations of pH in plaque produced after rinsing with two versions of the same medicine: one containing only sucrose and another containing saccharine, cyclamate
and sorbitol, during a one hour period.
They tested the water samples using their new analytical method and detected four (acesulfame, saccharin, cyclamate
, and sucralose) of seven artificial sweeteners in the waters from the two German sewage treatment plants, indicating incomplete elimination during waste water treatment.
gov, "Questions about artificial sweeteners and cancer arose when early studies showed that cyclamate
in combination with saccharin caused bladder cancer in laboratory animals.
Chemical material industry schedule-1 chemical weapon convention, alcoholic drink industry, chlorine alkali industry, cyclamate
and saccharin industry and lead industry.
Saccharin can taste bitter or metallic so is often combined with other sweeteners such as aspartame or cyclamate
to mask the unpleasant flavour.
The additive, cyclamate
, is prohibited under Japan's Food Sanitization Law.