1. The sodium saccharin that we use as food additives is all edible sodium saccharin. However, it is not really edible as food, but as a sweetener, which is added to fruit juice drinks. The sweetness of saccharin sodium is very high, about 500 times that of sucrose. If we put it above a certain standard, it will produce a bitter taste.
2. When buying saccharin, we need to distinguish its grade. Some are food grade and some are industrial grade.