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April 2, 1998 | MARLENE CIMONS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday approved the first major new artificial sweetener in a decade--a sugar substitute made from sugar but 600 times sweeter and without calories. Sucralose, which will be available in stores within the next few months, was approved for widespread use--from a plain table-top sugar substitute to an additive in food products ranging from sodas to sauces. It is manufactured by McNeil Specialty Products, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, of New Brunswick, N.
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April 2, 1998 | MARLENE CIMONS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday approved the first major new artificial sweetener in a decade--a sugar substitute made from sugar but 600 times sweeter and without calories. Sucralose, which will be available in stores within the next few months, was approved for widespread use--from a plain table-top sugar substitute to an additive in food products ranging from sodas to sauces. It is manufactured by McNeil Specialty Products, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, of New Brunswick, N.
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BUSINESS
December 23, 1997 | From Reuters
Monsanto Co., which makes aspartame sweetener under the NutraSweet brand, said Monday that it has filed for Food and Drug Administration approval of a new no-calorie product that is about 8,000 times sweeter than sugar. Monsanto said it filed for approval to use the new product, called neotame, as a tabletop sweetener. In 1998, it said, it plans to file for permission to market neotame as a sweetening ingredient in foods and beverages.
BUSINESS
December 23, 1997 | From Reuters
Monsanto Co., which makes aspartame sweetener under the NutraSweet brand, said Monday that it has filed for Food and Drug Administration approval of a new no-calorie product that is about 8,000 times sweeter than sugar. Monsanto said it filed for approval to use the new product, called neotame, as a tabletop sweetener. In 1998, it said, it plans to file for permission to market neotame as a sweetening ingredient in foods and beverages.
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