Sodium saccharin is a sweetener with zero nutritional value. It is used as a substitute of sugar in place of sucrose in beverages and food products. It is around 400 times sweeter than table sugar. It is used to enhance taste of various processed food items that include baked products. Presence of sodium saccharin can be noticed in the formulation of low calorie food, in toothpaste and also in some medicinal items. It easily dilutes in ethanol, methanol and in water.