Splenda Ads Stir Controversy: Is the Sweetener Real Sugar or Not?

April 2005
Environmental Nutrition;Apr2005, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p7
Presents a question and answer advisory regarding the controversy of the Splenda sweetener in the U.S. Complaint of critics to the advertising slogan of Splenda that it contains natural sugar; Citation of Splenda as the brand name of sucralose; Organizations who concluded that Splenda is safe to use.


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