USA: Consumers to find a new sugar substitute in grocery stores this October
Sucralose, a non-caloric sweetener made from sugar, will be available for the first time to consumers nationally beginning this month. The sweetener, also known by the brand name Splenda®, was approved for use in the U.S. in 1998 and has been used as an ingredient in a number of popular sugar-free products, but has not been offered directly to consumers until now.
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