2017-05-02
May 2, 2017

aspartameWelcome to the brand new upgraded edition of the SinoSweet website! We are a dedicated manufacturing site for the production of Aspartame. The safest, best tasting and one of the most widely used high intensity sweeteners on the market today. In 2017, we made a commitment to promote the integrity and safety of our product. As most people know, Aspartame’s reputation has been damaged over the years by false information, unsubstantiated studies, and internet alternative facts.  Even though it has been the most highly tested, analyzed and studied products on the market today, it still has been labeled as a controversial ingredient.  As recently of 2013, the European Food Safety Authority(EFSA) after an extensive review of published data concluded “Aspartame is safe at current levels of exposure.”  “This opinion represents one of the most comprehensive risk assessments of Aspartame ever undertaken. It’s a step forward in strengthening consumer confidence in the scientific underpinning of the EU food safety system and the regulation of food additives”, said the Chair of EFSA’s Panel on Food Additives and Nutrient Sources Added to Foods (ANS Panel), Dr Alicja Mortensen.

 

With more than 36% of the US adult population suffering from obesity it has been estimated that medical cost due to obesity was $147 billion in 2008 U.S. dollars. The annual medical cost for people who are obese was $1429 higher than those of normal weight. (CDC National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) data brief PDF-704KB) It has become critical that we use every available resource to help people live a healthy lifestyle. This includes providing options to help with weight management and loss.  It has been widely regarded that Aspartame is a critical component for food scientists when developing lower calorie options for consumers.

 

In February, 2017 SinoSweet has been offered the opportunity to collaborate with global suppliers of low and no calorie sweeteners on the following topics:

  1. Sharing perceptions of low and no calorie sweeteners among health care professionals, consumers and the media
  2. Develop initiatives to protect this category

 

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