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Are acésulfame potassiques vegan?

Acésulfame potassiques is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is acésulfame potassiques?

Acésulfame potassiques, also known as acesulfame potassium, is a calorie-free sugar substitute that is approximately 200 times sweeter than regular sugar. It is commonly used in a variety of low-calorie and sugar-free foods and drinks, such as soft drinks, candies, chewing gum, and baked goods. Acésulfame potassiques is considered safe for consumption by many regulatory agencies around the world, including the US Food and Drug Administration and the European Food Safety Authority. It has a clean, sweet taste and is often combined with other sweeteners to achieve a desired flavor profile.

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