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The health and wellness boom has precipitated huge growth in the low-cal and no-cal soft drinks market, and with it great strides in the development of artificial sweeteners. Annette Farr reports on how consumers, in their eagerness to reduce their calorie intake, have embraced the likes of aspartame, sucralose and acesulfame-K.


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