Earlier this year, we announced our global commitments for a happy, healthier world and our Coming Together campaign to bring people together and help find workable solutions to obesity. We know that when people come together, real progress happens. We believe there is a real opportunity to help people learn more about the safety of and benefits that low- and no-calorie sweeteners provide for weight management. When used consistently in place of caloric options, low- and no-calorie sweeteners offer a great way for people to manage their calories while still enjoying the sweet taste they love.
While the safety and benefits of ingredients, like aspartame, are supported by more than 200 studies spanning 40 years, we understand people still have questions about aspartame and other low- and no-calorie sweeteners. We made it a priority to address these questions and provide the information and education to reinforce that these are ingredients people can feel good about.
extension of our global commitments, we are beginning a conversation about the
role low- and no-calorie sweeteners can play to help people manage their calorie
intake and weight. This week we will run a new print ad called “Quality and Ingredients.” The
ad makes clear the safety and benefits of low- and no-calorie sweeteners used
in our portfolio and provides information on our ingredients. View the ad here.
provides information on our ingredients including aspartame and invites people
to learn more at The
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