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cy·cla·mate

 (sī′klə-māt′, sĭk′lə-)
n.
A salt of cyclamic acid formerly used as an artificial sweetener, especially:
a. Sodium cyclamate.
b. Calcium cyclamate.

cyclamate

(ˈsaɪkləˌmeɪt; ˈsɪkləˌmeɪt)
n
(Biochemistry) a salt or ester of cyclamic acid. Certain of the salts have a very sweet taste and were formerly used as food additives and sugar substitutes
[C20: cycl(ohexyl-sulph)amate]

cy•cla•mate

(ˈsaɪ kləˌmeɪt, ˈsɪk lə-)

n.
any of several compounds formerly used as a noncaloric sweetener in foods and beverages: banned as a carcinogen.
[1950–55; cycl(ohexylsulf)am(ic acid) + -ate2]
Translations

cyclamate

[ˈsɪkləmeɪt] Nciclamato m

cy·cla·mate

n. ciclamato, agente artificial dulcificante.

cyclamate

n ciclamato
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1969 - US federal government bans artificial sweeteners known as cyclamates because of evidence they caused cancer in laboratory rats.
For example, the sweetener cyclamates is approved by the Codex (2) and many countries of the world but is currently banned in the United States.
In 1969, the federal government banned artificial sweeteners known as cyclamates because of evidence they caused cancer in laboratory rats.
In 1969, the FDA banned cyclamates in the United States based on a study suggesting they could cause bladder cancer in rats.
Historically, the clean label movement can trace its roots back to instances where commonly used ingredients were shown to have adverse health effects on consumers--dating back to the banning of cyclamates by FDA in 1970, and including well known reformulations of ingredients out of processed foods based on new health information, such as MSG, trans fats, food colorings and preservatives.
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Sunette, Sweet One[R]), sucralose (Splenda[R] No Calorie Sweetener), and the cyclamates.
Splenda offers the ability to go back and make diet colas taste like they did when saccharin and cyclamates were used.
1969 FDA removes cyclamates from its (GRAS) generally recognized as safe list.