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Is aspartame acesulfame salt vegan?

Aspartame acesulfame salt is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is aspartame acesulfame salt?

Aspartame acesulfame salt is a low-calorie sweetener that combines two artificial sweeteners: aspartame and acesulfame potassium. Aspartame provides a sweet taste that is 200 times sweeter than sugar, while acesulfame potassium adds a sweet flavor without the bitter aftertaste often associated with aspartame. This combination results in a sweetener that is both sweeter and more palatable than either ingredient alone. Aspartame acesulfame salt is commonly used in sugar-free and low-calorie products, such as soft drinks, chewing gum, and desserts, as a healthier alternative to sugar.

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