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SPLENDA no calorie sweetener, packets are individual portions in the familiar yellow packets. They are a great way to sweeten beverages and can be sprinkled on cereal, fresh fruit, and more. Use SPLENDA no calorie sweetener to get back the 36 hours on an exercise bike that it takes to burn off two teaspoons of sugar added to your daily cereal in a year! Each packet provides the same sweetness as two teaspoons of sugar and twenty-four packets provide the same sweetness as one cup of sugar. Each packet has less than 1 gram of carbohydrate and less than 5 calories, which meets FDA's standards for no-calorie foods. This is sold in a pack of 400-count box.
SPLENDA is the commercial name and registered trade mark of a sucralose-based artificial sweetener derived from sugar, owned by the British company Tate & Lyle. Sucralose was discovered by Tate & Lyle and researchers at Queen Elizabeth College, University of London, in 1976. Tate & Lyle subsequently developed sucralose-based SPLENDA products in partnership with McNeil Nutritionals LLC.
Life is sweet--and SPLENDA sweetener products make it even sweeter, by giving you a delicious alternative to sugar. Use it just about anywhere sugar is used and you will discover why it is America’s favorite no calorie sweetener. SPLENDA no calorie sweetener is used inmore U.S. households than Equal and Sweet 'N Low sweeteners combined.
Sweeten beverages, cook, bake, and sprinkle with SPLENDA--enjoy the sweetness with no added sugar!
Size: 400 Count
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It's Splenda. It's sweet. I use it more than any other similar product but the more I use it the more I'm concerned that it's not healthy...Published 8 days ago by Mark Knecht
Great price for 400 packets! I use Splenda in my iced tea and a box will last for months. Splenda doesn't have an aftertaste that I can detect and it's supposedly safe for human... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Patty Therre