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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Some studies show that Sunette causes cancer in lab animals.
England openers Sarah Taylor (56) and Caroline Atkins (38) shared a 99-run stand for the first wicket before the pair both fell, caught and bowled to spinner Sunette Loubser (two for 43), in quick succession.
45 would have won the gold, which went to South African Sunette Viljoen.
OAn opaque, hot pink gloss looks fantastic with dark shades,O says Becca make- up artist Sunette Thomas.
Sunette, Sweet One[R]), sucralose (Splenda[R] No Calorie Sweetener), and the cyclamates.
Acesulfame potassium, also known as ace-K, is the ingredient in Sunette, used in some soft drinks (Pepsi-One, for example).
Acesulfame-K, which is sold under the brand names Sunette or Sweet One, was approved by the FDA in 1988 as a sugar substitute, primarily in packet or table form.
Because baked goods are usually high in calories from fats, using Sunette instead of sugar won't make much difference in their caloric content.
Sunette is a new calorie-free sweetener which has recently been approved by the F.
Russia's Mariya Abakamova, reigning world champion at 236-2, challenged by Germany's Christina Obergfoll (230-4) and South Africa's Sunette Viljoen (227-6).
SOUTH AFRICA - Mignon du Preez (captain), Trisha Chetty (vice-captain), Susanna Benade, Cri-Zelda Brits, Thandile Cordes, Dinesha Devnarain, Shandre Fritz, Shabnim Ismail, Marizanne Kapp, Marcia Letsoalo, Sunette Loubser, Yolandi Potgieter, Elriesa Theunissen, Chloe Tryon, Dane van Niekerk.