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Advantame is a non-nutritive sweetener extracted from isovanillin and and aspartame. It can be found in frozen desserts, gum, and beverages.


Aspartame is an artificial, non-nutritive sweetener used as a sugar substitute in some foods and beverages.

Calcium Saccharin

Calcium saccharin is a a white crystalline powder and used as a sweetener in food and beverage applications.

Corn Syrup

Corn Syrup is obtained through simple sugars that are naturally occurring in plants, made entirely of glucose and starch of corn. Natural corn syrup is used as a sweetener and thickener, found mainly in beverages, desserts, baked goods, and other… Read More


Cyclamates are non-nutritive (synthetic) sweeteners.  They are about 30 to 40 times sweeter than regular table sugar (sucrose). Cyclamate is the sodium or calcium salt of cyclamic acid (cyclohexanesulfamic acid) — it is prepared by the sulfonation of cyclohexylamine by means of reacting… Read More

High Fructose Corn Syrup

High Fructose Corn Syrup is a nutritive sweetener made by the addition of a glucose enzyme to corn starch to produce a sweet taste. HFCS is added to processed beverages and food products to sweeten. On its own, it has… Read More

Hydrogenated Starch

Hydrogenated starch is an used as an alternative sweetener, created by the partial hydrolysis of vegetable starches like corn syrup. It is used to prevent crystallization and maintain shape and flow of syrups. It is most commonly found in… Read More


Neotame is an artificial sweetener with the chemical formula. It is used as a sweeter alternative than table sugar. It is most commonly found in beverages, snack bars, desserts, and cereals.


Saccharin is an artificial sweetener. It has a chemical formula of C7H5NO3S. It is used as a noncaloric sweetener combined with other sweeteners, as an alternative for sugar. It has been scrutinized by the FDA since its creation in… Read More