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Cyclamate Market-Commercially Used for Artificial Sweeteners- Trends Influencing the Industry by 2020.Pdf

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Cyclamate, discovered in 1937 is an artificial sweetener that is approximately 30 times as sweet as sugar. It was discovered by a graduate
student at the University of Illinois who accidently perceived its sweet taste. It readily dissolves in both hot and cold liquids and has longer
shelf life. Cyclamate is approved in more than 100 countries worldwide for use in beverages and food.

Cyclamate was initially marketed as tablets, recommended to be used as table top sweetener for diabetes. This sweetener was classified
as generally recognized as Safe (GRAS) by the FDA. Mixture of saccharin and cyclamate that had synergistic sweetening properties and
improved taste was then sold for use as special dietary food. In the 1950’s, cyclamate was used in diet drinks. This led the cyclamate
market to grow rapidly that accounted for 30% sale of soft drinks. Cyclamates are of three types that include cyclamic acid, sodium
cyclamate and calcium cyclamate. Cyclamic acid is a white odorless crystalline powder with a sweet taste that is soluble in ethanol and
water. Sodium cyclamate and calcium cyclamate has similar physical properties as that of cyclamic acid, which is freely soluble in water but
partially soluble in benzene, chloroform and diethyl ether.

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