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Makers of Artificial Sweeteners Go To Court

By LYNNLEY BROWNING Published: April 6, 2007 New York Times In one corner is the artificial sweetener in the blue packet, Equal; in the other is its best-selling rival in the yellow packet, Splenda. The maker of Equal contends that Splenda has been misleading millions of consumers by fostering the notion, through television and print advertising, that Splenda is made from sugar and is natural. Splenda’s maker counters that the process to make the sweetener does indeed start with sugar. Next Monday, a lawsuit brought by the maker of Equal, Merisant, against Splenda’s maker, McNeil Nutritionals, is scheduled to go... Continue Reading

Posted on April 6, 2007 in Aspartame, News, Splenda in the news | Link To This Entry | Comments (0)

MP calls for ban on 'unsafe' sweetener

Felicity Lawrence, consumer affairs correspondent Thursday December 15, 2005 The Guardian A member of the parliamentary select committee on food and the environment yesterday called for emergency action to ban the artificial sweetener aspartame, used in 6,000 food, drink and medicinal products. The Liberal Democrat MP Roger Williams said in an adjournment debate in the Commons that there was "compelling and reliable evidence for this carcinogenic substance to be banned from the UK food and drinks market altogether". In licensing aspartame for use, regulators around the world had failed in their main task of protecting the public, he told MPs.Mr... Continue Reading

Posted on December 15, 2005 in Aspartame | Link To This Entry | Comments (0)

NY Times Today Mentions Splenda and Aspartame

By MELANIE WARNER Published: December 22, 2004 Vance Collins, the chief executive of Fuze Beverage, had planned to introduce three more flavors in the company's fast-growing line of Slenderize juice and tea drinks next year. But now, he will introduce only one. Cadbury Schweppes will be selling two new Snapple flavors beginning in January but is rethinking what other new products it will be able to offer next year. The problem, these companies say, is that they cannot get enough sucralose, the no-calorie artificial sweetener that has grown from a tiny piece of the sweetener market four years ago to... Continue Reading

Posted on February 23, 2005 in Aspartame, News | Link To This Entry | Comments (0)

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