Saccharin is the sweetener in Sweet'N Low. It was discovered in the late 1800's and has been used safely by people ever since. It is 300 to 500 times sweeter than sugar. Please visit www.saccharin.org for more information.
Sweet'N Low was first introduced in 1957.
Sweet'N Low is manufactured for Cumberland Packing Corp., a 4th generation family-owned and operated company based in Brooklyn, NY. Sweet'N Low has been around for more than 65 years and is enjoyed by millions around the world in more than 50+ countries.
Sweet'N Low is ideal for tabletop use and dissolves easily in hot and cold beverages. Sweet'N Low can be used as an ingredient for most of your favorite recipes and is useful in cooking, baking, freezing, and preserving. Unlike other sugar substitutes, such as those that contain aspartame, Sweet'N Low does not lose its sweetness when it is heated, so there are no special processes required for substituting Sweet'N Low for sugar.
One packet of Sweet’N Low is as about as sweet as two teaspoons of sugar. 2 teaspoons of Sweet'N Low® 8oz bulk box is about as sweet as 1/4 cup of granulated sugar.
Dextrose is a natural carbohydrate derived from corn. Many sugar substitutes in powdered form contain dextrose. Dextrose is used to dilute the very potent sweetener to make it measurable for consumers.
Sweet'N Low is available in boxes of 50, 100, 250, 1000 and 1500 packets as well as an 8 oz bulk box and 8 fl oz liquid bottle.
It is available nationally in supermarkets, club stores and chain drugstores in the sugar substitute or baking aisles as well as online. Foodservice pack sizes are also available.
Sweet’N Low has a shelf life of 3 years when stored under cool and dry conditions. Storing Sweet’N Low in a hot and humid climate may result in caked or discolored product. However, the product will still maintain its sweetness and will be safe to consume.
No, there is no animal testing done in connection with the manufacture and sale of Sweet'N Low®. Sweet'N Low is certified vegan by Vegan.org.
Please visit the Calorie Control Council website for in-depth information: caloriecontrol.org
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Yes. Sweet'N Low is certified kosher parve by the Union of Orthodox Rabbis.
No. Sweet'N Low and its ingredients are gluten-free and suitable for consumption by individuals suffering from celiac disease.
No. In the United States, Sweet'N Low zero calorie sweetener does not contain aspartame. The sweetener in Sweet'N Low is saccharin.
No. In the United States, Sweet'N Low zero calorie sweetener does not contain phenylalanine. Sweet'N Low is safe for phenylketonurics, people whose bodies cannot break down the essential amino acid, phenylalanine.