Guess Who's Joined in the Splenda Fight?
American sugar cane and beet farmers have developed a new Web site devoted to spreading the "Truth About Splenda."
The site will post comments from Americans who feel misled by Splenda advertisements and will provide a forum for people to share their experiences with the chlorinated artificial sweetener.
The Web site, www.truthaboutsplenda.com, was launched in 2005 in response to Splenda's marketing campaign that incorrectly touted Splenda as natural.
Thousands Have Already Posted Comments
Since its launch, thousands of people have submitted comments to the site. Some have spoken of Splenda's marketing campaign as being misleading and immoral, while others commented on health consequences of eating the artificial sweetener, how it reacts in baked goods and how it tastes.
The Web site's goal is to help better educate Americans about Splenda, so that the public becomes aware that it is, in fact, a chlorinated artificial sweetener. The site welcomes all comments and hopes to become a useful educational resource for all.
U.S. Newswire December 15, 2005
Splenda and all artificial sweeteners are bad for you.
The best form of sweetener that I have found so far is Sucanat or Raw Dehydrated Can Juice.
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