Corpus ID: 38298980

Food Additives ~ CSPI’s Food Safety

@inproceedings{2008FoodA,
  title={Food Additives ~ CSPI’s Food Safety},
  author={},
  year={2008}
}
  • Published 2008
  • This artificial sweetener, manufactured by Hoechst, a giant German chemical company, is widely used around the world. It is about 200 times sweeter than sugar. In the United States, for several years acesulfame-K (the K is the chemical symbol for potassium) was permitted only in such foods as sugar-free baked goods, chewing gum, and gelatin desserts. In July 1998, the FDA allowed this chemical to be used in soft drinks, thereby greatly increasing consumer exposure. It is often used together… CONTINUE READING