Disodium Succinate

Disodium succinate is a flavor enhancer widely used in savory foods. It delivers a unique dried scallop flavor and can boost the umami flavor when blended with other savory ingredients.

 

AIPU FOOD’s disodium succinate is thermal stable. It has a good effect in enhancing the flavor of high temperature processed foods, and a good compatibility with other seasonings.

 

Features

Pure taste.

Low dosage and obvious effect.

Applications

Applications

Recommended dosage

Applications

Recommended dosage

Chicken bouillon

0.2-0.6%

Gravies

0.05-0.3%

Pickling sauce

0.03-0.2%

Soup bases

1-2%

 

Notes: All recommended applications are for reference only. Please refer to local regulations before use. Pre-experiments are highly suggested before production.

 

FAQs

A: Disodium succinate delivers a unique seafood flavor and can boost the umami flavor when blended with MSG (monosodium glutamate), I+G (disodium 5’-ribonucleotide) and hydrolyzed vegetable protein compound products. It helps reduce the dosage of expensive flavor enhancers such as I+G.

Product Recommendations

Product Appearance: Colorless to white crystal or powder

Product Feature: Enhance the umami taste of food products.

Application: Disodium succinate can be used with a wide range of ingredients and cooking methods to boost the flavor of all kinds of dishes. Compatible with all kinds of seasonings and savory flavors.