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a·ce·sul·fame potassium (ā′sē-sŭl′fām′)
A white crystalline powder, C4H4KNO4S, having a taste about 200 times sweeter than sucrose, used as a calorie-free sweetener. Also called acesulfame K.
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LycoRed offers three artificial sweeteners: SucraCote sucralose, AsparCote aspartame and AcesuCote acesulfam
K - each in a slow release delivery system providing taste enhancement through longer flavour retention.
Launched this week in the UK and globally, the new version contains Aspartame and another sweetener called Acesulfam
K instead of sugar, with the result that one can has only eight calories.