cyclamic acid


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cy·clam·ic ac·id

(sī-klam'ik as'id),
A sweetening agent, usually used as sodium or calcium cyclamate.
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The composition of the product appears in different forms: sodium cyclamate, calcium cyclamate and cyclamic acid (Cattanach, 1976).
This takes account of the Scientific Committee on Food's advice to reduce the acceptable daily intake (ADI) for cyclamic acid and its sodium and calcium salts.
It urged the European Commission to widen new restrictions on the use of cyclamic acids (artificial sweeteners) in non-alcoholic beverages.