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4/4/17 The new waste treament facility of Anhui Jinhe

The new era for Jinhe is coming!

 The integrated hazardous waste treatment facility of Anhui Jinhe was officially in use on March 31st.  We  invested $8 million in the integrated hazardous waste treatment facility and started to construct the site last year around Nov which was in the same time period as we broke ground for their 3000MT sucralose plant. The new waste treatment facility could process 9000MT hazardous waste material per year.

  The new waste treatment facility is located in the same county as the main site, and is about 8.3 acres. The facility implanted the most advanced  rotary kiln incineration technology that took hazardous material through high temperature incineration, desulfurization, dust removal and washing to obtain harmless waste. The facility could incinerate 30 MT waste/ day and the steam from this process could be used in other production facility.

  Anhui Jinhe would like to be a  true visionary and act early on to protect the environment. We are strive to be an accountable supplier for our clients and a responsible company for the local community.

2/17/17 Sweet Weight Loss

Researchers found that dieters who drank diet sodas lost more weight than dieters told to drink only water. In separate research, scientists found that individuals successful at both weight loss and weight loss maintenance consumed more soft drinks sweetened with low- or no-calorie sweeteners than the general population. But don’t think that simply drinking diet beverages or replacing some sugar with sucralose or other nonnutritive sweeteners will magically melt away the pounds.

SOURCE: Caloriecontrol.org

2/17/17 Women Who are Pregnant or Breastfeeding Can Safely Use Aspartame

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Council on Scientific Affairs of the American Medical Association agree that women who are pregnant or breastfeeding can safely use aspartame. An American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Nutrition task force also has concluded that aspartame is safe for both the mother and developing baby. However, it’s important that moms with phenylketonuria (also called PKU) discuss using aspartame with their health care team as aspartame is a source of phenylalanine.

Managing your diet while pregnant, especially if you have diabetes, may sound overwhelming, at first.  While often temporary, poorly managed diabetes during pregnancy can be serious for both the mom and the developing baby. So it is very important to work with your healthcare provider to find ways you can make your diet both enjoyable and nutritious for you and your baby and be sure to enjoy this special time.

SOURCE: Caloriecontrol.org

9/23/16 Study Confirms No Cancer Link for Sucralose

A comprehensive review of studies testing the safety and carcinogenicity of sucralose has confirmed that the artificial sweetener does not cause cancer and is safe to ingest. The new article has been published in Nutrition and Cancer: An International Journal. 

“This latest review of sucralose studies should reassure those who choose sucralose, and can be particularly useful to scientists and healthcare professionals, who may be asked for information on low calorie sweetener safety,” says lead author of the study, Dr. Sir Colin Berry, Emeritus professor of pathology at the University of London.

Sir Berry and his research team carried out a review of studies assessing sucralose carcinogenicity potential and placed them in context of the types of studies relied upon by national and international regulatory agencies to make recommendations on the safety of new food ingredients. These studies are designed to maximize the possibility of detecting potentially adverse effects, and as such, adverse outcomes are expected to occur at some point. 

SOURCE: Food Ingredients First

5/23/16 Chinese Government Decision Causes Global Ace-K Price Increase

In recent news, the Chinese government called for a temporary shutdown of the whole chemical industrial zone in East China due to the recent outburst of health problems in students attending nearby schools. This shutdown includes Jiangsu Tiancheng Chemical, which is the largest manufacturer of Diketene, the raw material used in Ace-K. The resulting shortage of raw material has caused the price of Ace-K price to go up. We hope the U.S. market, ranging from suppliers to end-users, can sense this price increase as we all adjust to these circumstances.

As a member of the chemical industry, Jinhe prioritizes safety concerns and strictly follows national manufacturing standards and regulations. We will continue to supply high quality product to the U.S. and global market.