Pharmaceutical sugar is a type of Sugar that is used in tablets and capsules as a pharmaceutical excipient to help with appearance, the convenience of transport, and storage in addition to taste and texture.
A pill that has been sugar-coated is shielded from the destructive effects of air and moisture, has a better flavor that makes it easier to swallow, and when coloring agents are added, it becomes instantly recognizable. Synthetic polymers have supplanted traditional sucrose in recent fashions, but they can never fully mimic the humectant qualities of sugar.
These choices are representative of a larger global trend where customers are reluctant to self-medicate with items containing natural sugars. After this fad fades, sugar is likely to take its rightful place as the preferred excipient in the pharmaceutical sector.
The Global Pharmaceutical Sugar Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
With the release of Opadry SGR, Rapid Sugar Film Coating System, Colorcon Inc. has announced the creation of an interesting technique for pharmaceutical sugar coated tablets. Through the absence of organic solvents, this innovative aqueous system improves industrial safety and offers a more efficient application method that cuts coating time from days to hours.
Opadry SGR makes it simple for pharmaceutical firms to replace their current coating procedure with a quicker and more repeatable one utilizing common spray coating equipment. It does this by applying science and automation to the art of sugar coating.
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