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McNeil's Splenda

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Sucralose sweetener approved for general use, the company announces Aug. 13. The sucrose-based low calorie sweetener now can be used in all foods and beverages, as well as nutritional supplements, medical foods and vitamin/mineral supplements, the company points out. Splenda, originally approved April 1, 1998 for use in 15 food and beverage categories, is "made from sugar, tastes like sugar and can be used almost anywhere sugar is used"
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