Dextrose, aspartame (non-nutritive sweetener), anticaking agent (silicon dioxide)
lactose (from cow’s milk), aspartame (non-nutritive sweetener), leucine, emulsifier (cross linked CMC)
Aspartame – a sweetening ingredient that is 200 times sweeter than sugar that contains phenylalanine
Dextrose – added as a bulking agent to very concentrated sweeteners to make them easier to measure and pour
Aspartame is used widely around the world and found in more than 6,000 products. Made from two amino acids, the building blocks of protein that are abundant in many every day foods and drinks, aspartame brings absolutely nothing new to the diet – just sweetness without all the calories. It is one of the most thoroughly studied food ingredients and more than 200 toxicological and clinical studies have repeatedly validated its safety. These studies have been reviewed by regulatory authorities throughout the world, including the World Health Organisation (WHO), the United States Food & Drug Administration (FDA), the UK Food Standards Agency (FSA), and the aforementioned EFSA – all of which have approved aspartame for use in food and drinks. In fact, the health and regulatory authorities of more than 130 countries have sanctioned aspartame.