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New Study Shows Low-Calorie Sweeteners Like SPLENDA® Have Benefits FT. WASHINGTON, Pa., Jan.
-- Penn State Scientists Study Sucralose and Other Low Calorie Sweeteners -- FORT WASHINGTON, Pa., Nov.
Novant Health expert says newest research is not definitive Charlotte, N.C.
- Research Aims to Assist With Dessert Choices for Type 2 Diabetic Patients - FT.
NEW YORK, March 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The SPLENDA(®) Brand joined forces with Vanessa Williams* in New York City yesterday to celebrate the 365 SWEET SWAPS((TM)) Initiative, which encourages people
-- Results Add to Evidence that SPLENDA® is Safe for People with Diabetes - FT.
Maguire Brings More Than 25 Years of Experience in Technology Scale-Up and Global Commercialization to Leader in Photosynthetic Algal Technology FORT COLLINS, Colo., Jan.
A new study has found that the sweetener sucralose, commercially marketed as Splenda, can affect how the body processes sugar.
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