|Product name: ||Erythritol|
|Molecular Formula: ||C4H10O4|
Erythritol occurs as white crystals. It is obtained by fermentation of starch enzyme hydrolysate (from starches such as wheat and corn). It is obtained from the fermentation broth of the yeasts Moniliella pollinis or Trichosporonoides megachiliensis. It is stable to heat and is nonhygroscopic. It is soluble in water and is slightly soluble in alcohol. Erythritol melts between 119° and 123°.
Flavor enhancer; humectant; nutritive sweetener; texturizing agent; stabilizer.
|Appearance||White or almost white crystalline powder or free-flowing granules|
|Reducing sugars (as glucose)||≤0.3%|
|Loss on drying ||≤0.2%|
|Residue in ignition ||≤0.1%|
25kg/ bag or as per requirement
Store in a cool dry place.