The correct statement among the following about Saccharin is -
1. It is also known as Ortho-sulphobenzimide
2. It is 550 times sweeter than sugar.
3. It is used as a sweetening agent.
4. All of the above.
Cetyltrimethyl ammonium bromide is an example of :
1. Artificial sweetener
2. Cationic detergent
4. Anionic detergent
that does not enhance the nutritional value of food is -
2. Artificial sweeteners
4. Amino acids
Artificial sweetening agents are:
|1.||Chemicals that sweeten food and do not add calories to our body.|
|2.||Chemicals that sweeten food and add calories to our body.|
|3.||Chemicals that do not sweeten food and do not add calories to our body.|
|4.||Chemicals that do not sweeten food and add calories to our body.|
The use of aspartame is limited to cold foods and drinks because:
|1.||It is unstable when heated and decomposes at cooking temperature.|
|2.||It is 500 times sweeter than cane sugar.|
|3.||It becomes bitter at cooking temperature.|
|4.||It reacts with the food at cooking temperature.|
Alitame should be avoided as an artificial sweetener because -
1. It adds calories.
2. It is required in higher quantities.
3. It gives a peculiar smell.
4. It is difficult to control the sweetness .
A chemical that can be used
as a sweetening agent, temperature and is calorie-free is
The compound that can not be used as a food preservative is -
1. Table salt
2. Black pepper
3. Vegetable oil
4. Sodium benzoate
The artificial sweetener that is stable under cold conditions only is :
The sweetening agent that is used in the preparation of sweets for a diabetic patient is -
4. Both 1 and 2