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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La seconda poesia, Sunett, e un sonetto costruito secondo lo schema petrarchesco (il piu comune fra i poeti degli anni successivi) e si scioglie in una dichiarazione d'amore.
Sunett is also tooth-friendly, an added bonus for health-conscious consumers.
consumers were first introduced to Sunett in 1988 when it received FDA approval for limited use.
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.
LOW-CALORIE SWEETENER LINEUP Sweetener Brand Safety Concerns Acesulfame Sunett, Sweet One Approved by the FDA in 1998, potassium despite some research that found rats developed tumors.
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.
Partially sugared beverages will be sampled on stand, including C2 Cola Cola--one of the first 'mid calorie' beverages to be developed using Sunett blends.
Also known as: Sweet One, Sunett, acesulfame potassium.
The study looked at nine different sweetening systems: sucrose, sucralose and aspartame as single sweeteners, as well as two- and three-way blends with Sunett (Acesulfame-K)--all with the equivalent sweetness of 5 percent sugar.
The product was announced on the same day that the artificial sweetener Sunett (acesulfame potassium, or Ace K) was approved by the FDA for use in beverages.
Visitots are invited to taste beverages sweetened with blends of high-intensity sweetener Sunett (acesulfame K) and other agents, as well as a drink containing the omega-3 rich oil DHActive.