Sweeteners are often used in production and processing industries. They are substitutes for sugar, and are widely used in foods all over the world. How should the sweetener be stored so as not to affect its use?
First of all, do not stack the them too high during storage to prevent the product at the bottom from being squeezed and agglomerated due to the force on the stack.
Secondly, in order to ensure that the moisture content of the sweetener does not increase after leaving the factory, that is, to prevent the sweetener from absorbing moisture, the sweetener should be stored in a cool and dry place and kept well ventilated;
Thirdly, strengthen the dryness of the storage room. You can put some sawdust or lime on the ground to reduce humidity.
Because sweeteners has good moisture absorption performance, it is prone to agglomeration when the temperature difference is large, so it is not recommended to store it in a cold storage.
Last but not least, in order to prevent the sweetener from being contaminated and ensure its safety, it must be stored separately from toxic side effects and chemicals;
The inner packaging should be opened as far as possible for current use, and should be sealed and stored if it is not used up to avoid moisture absorption.