Stop Hiding Artificial Sweeteners in Our Food

Stop Hiding Artificial Sweeteners in Our Food

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The use of alternative sweeteners in foods and beverages has surged 300% in the past five years. But it is hard for consumers to know that because food companies are only required to list the unfamiliar chemical names of sugar substitutes on the ingredient list. And some products promote “reduced sugar” or “no added sugar” to give the impression they contain fewer calories when they don’t.  It’s too confusing.

Now is the time to take action and make your voice heard. Tell the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) you want complete and accurate food package labeling for artificial and low- and no-calorie sweeteners today. We’ve made it easy for you. Either click the button below to sign the Change.org petition or submit your own comment to FDA using the form at the bottom of the page. Click here to learn more about the Campaign for Sweetener Transparency.

 
 

Stop Hiding Artificial Sweeteners in Our Food
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