acesulfame potassium

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a·ce·sul·fame potassium

 (ā′sē-sŭl′fām′)
n.
A white crystalline powder, C4H4KNO4S, having a taste about 200 times sweeter than sucrose, used as a calorie-free sweetener. Also called acesulfame K.

[Alteration of earlier acetosulfam (perhaps influenced by aspartame) : aceto- + sulf(o)- + am(ine).]
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Acesulfame potassium or Ace-K is the new added ingredient in the latest Diet Coke products that hit the market in mid-January.
These are saccharine, sucralose, aspartame, acesulfame potassium, neotame and advantame.
Glycerin + PEG 400 + Silica + Calcium Sodium Phosphosilicate + Sodium Lauryl sulphate + Titanium dioxide + flavor + Carbomer Potassium Acesulfame 300 tube of 50gm.
And in older studies, acesulfame potassium and saccharin also increased cancer risk in animals.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 24, 2017-Celanese increases acesulfame potassium price by up to EUR3/kg
Apollo Energy Gum is also free from Aspartame and Acesulfame.
In each no added sugars formulations was used specific type of sweeteners: aspartame (F2); sodium saccharine and sodium cyclamate (F3); potassium acesulfame and sucralose (F4).
And avoid any anti-caking or whitening agents, such as silicone dioxide or titanium dioxide, says Harrison, as well as hydrogenated oils, maltojldextrin, arsenic, cadmium, lead or acesulfame potassium (or acesulfame K)--all common additives and preservatives.
Artificial sweeteners: Aspartame, acesulfame potassium (acesulfame K), and sucralose.
The most common sweeteners used in foods in the UK are: acesulfame K, aspartame, saccharin, sorbitol, sucralose, steviol glycosides and xylitol.
saccharin, acesulfame K), and mostly not true for natural high potency sweeteners.
The highest growth, as well as significant volumes, is observed in Acesulfame K and Sucralose within soft drinks; whereas Stevia Sweeteners still have some way before becoming mainstream.