Nicotine pouches sweetener – Acesulfam-K AK-1000

Acesulfame-K is a sweetener that is about 150 times sweeter than sucrose. It slightly enhances the taste and smell of products. Acesulfam-K is well soluble in water. Moreover, it is approved for use in the European Union and the United States. It is stable during thermal processing (cooking, baking, but also freezing) and storage. It may have a slightly bitter aftertaste at higher concentrations, which is why it is often used in conjunction with other sweeteners.


Name: Acesulfam-K AK-1000
Identifier (CAS no.): 55589-62-3
Appearance: white crystal powder
Classification Classification according to 1272/2008/EC
Purity: 99,0 – 101,0 %
Shelf life: 2 years if unopened
Suggested storage conditions: Store in tightly closed containers in a dry, cool and well-ventilated place.

Non-tobacco nicotine pouches

Non-tobacco nicotine pouches contain powdered cellulose. Manufacturers soak cellulose in a mixture of pure nicotine, PG, VG, and pH stabilizers. Our freebase nicotine extract is completely odorless, flavorless, crystal clear, and barely influences the smell and flavor of the final product – which makes it perfect for the production of nicotine pouches.

Nicotine pouches are not regulated by the TPD legislation in most of the EU countries and do not require registration. However, each country may have its own, different legislation for nicotine pouches.

If you want to learn more about nicotine pouches, check key numbers regarding nicpouches’ popularity or 8 facts you need to know about them.

a pack of nicotine pouches a text: nicotine pouches popularity is gwoing, and they are not regulated by TPD directive

Nicotine pouches raw materials

Chemnovatic offers a wide range of raw materials necessary to manufacture high-quality nicotine pouches. All of them come with a set of documents and certificates ensuring adherence to quality, safety, and legality standards. Click here or on the banner below to learn more.

nicotine pouch and its ingredients' description: PG, nicotine, additives, microcrystalline cellulose and flavours


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