acesulfame potassium

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ace·sul·fame po·tas·si·um

(āsĕ-sŭlfām pŏ-tasē-ŭm)
A potassium salt that is sweeter than table sugar.
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Sunett is also tooth-friendly, an added bonus for health-conscious consumers.
Also, you can try another non-nutritive sweetener--such as sucralose (Splenda), saccharin (Sweet & Low, Sugar Twin) or acesulfame potassium (Sweet One, Sunett)--or sweeteners that have fewer calories, such as sugar alcohols (sorbitol).
Acesulfame K can be found in brand name sweeteners such as Sunett, Sweet One and DiabetiSweet.
It contains a new artificial sweetener, Sunett (acesulfame potassium, or Ace K), which has a sweetness profile closer to sugar than aspartame, Monsanto Co.'s sugar substitute, which is sold under the Nutrasweet name.
FDA last week approved the use of the calorie-free sweetener acesulfame potassium, or Ace-K under the brand name Sunett, in liquid beverages.
Celanese will display the Qorus Sweetener System, Sunett Acesulfame Potassium and Nutrinova Sorbates, which it said will provide perfect harmony and balance among formulation, taste and experience.
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Specialty ingredients supplier Nutrinova has announced the results of its new research on the impact of its high intensity sweetener, Sunett (Acesulfame K), in strawberry flavoured yoghurt.
Nutrinova also showcased products, which demonstrate the effectiveness of its high intensity sweetener, Sunett, as a versatile blending agent with other nutritive and non-nutritive sweeteners.
Also known as: Sweet One, Sunett, acesulfame potassium.