When customizing taurine powder specifications, the following aspects need to be considered:

1.Raw Material Standards:

·Ensure the raw material is a powder of no less than 150 mesh suitable for tablet production.

2.Raw Material Qualifications and Testing:

·Suppliers must have relevant qualifications and provide batch inspection reports.

·Third-party testing may be required to ensure raw material quality.

3.Taurine Quality Specifications:

·Refer to the sensory requirements and physical and chemical indicators specified in GB14759-2010 "National Food Safety Standard Food Additive Taurine."

Ensure the taurine content (C2H7NO2S, on a dry basis) is between 98.5% and 101.5%.

·Pay attention to other physical and chemical indicators such as conductivity, pH value, easily carbonized substances, residue on ignition, loss on drying, and heavy metal content, all of which should be within the specified ranges.

4.Packaging and Storage:

·Choose appropriate packaging materials to ensure the product is not contaminated during storage and transportation.

·The storage environment should be dry, cool, and well-ventilated, avoiding direct sunlight and high temperatures.

5.Purity and Appearance:

·The purity of taurine is generally required to be 99%, and the appearance should be a white powder.

6.Usage and Addition Amount:

·Determine the amount of taurine to be added based on the product application. For example, the addition amount is 250 mg/kg in baked goods and 585 mg/kg in meat products.

7.Customization Requirements:

·Customize the specifications of taurine powder according to specific needs, such as particle size, packaging form, purity, etc.

8.Laws, Regulations, and Standards:

·Ensure the customized taurine powder complies with relevant laws, regulations, and standards, such as the Food Safety Law and standards for the use of food additives.

When customizing taurine powder specifications, it is necessary to comprehensively consider aspects such as raw material standards, raw material qualifications and testing, taurine quality specifications, packaging and storage, purity and appearance, usage and addition amount, customization requirements, as well as laws, regulations, and standards.