USA: New survey finds New Orleans, Louisiana tops list of 'Sweetest Cities' in the U.S.
A new consumer survey of 4,000 adults in 20 U.S. cities finds that nearly 25 percent of those who use sugar add six or more teaspoons of sugar to their foods and beverages each day. This does not even include added sugars in processed foods and beverages. The survey was conducted by Yankelovich for SPLENDA®, the only no calorie sweetener made from sugar, so it tastes like sugar.
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