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Sainsbury's Takes The Chemicals Out Of Cola
04-24-2007, 10:22 PM,
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Sainsbury's Takes The Chemicals Out Of Cola
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pagesve/arti...in_page_id=1770

Artificial colours and flavours including the controversial sweetener aspartame are being banned by Sainsbury's.

Other supermarkets and manufacturers are expected to bring in similar bans following studies linking the additives to allergies and hyperactivity.

Sainsbury's is replacing aspartame with sucralose, a low-calorie sweetener made from sugar. It is also removing the widely-used artificial colouring E150d from its cola drinks. E150d also appears in beer and bread.

The chemicals will generally be replaced by natural colours and fruit and vegetable extracts, while flavourings will be from named fruits and other natural sources.

The founder of the Hyperactive Children's Support Group, Sally Bunday, said: "This is fantastic news particularly for our members whose children are affected by the artificial colours used in so many products targeted at youngsters."

Sainsbury's soft drinks manager, Cathy Port, said: "This is the result of extensive research among customers who told us what they want.

"We've invested a huge amount of time to ensure we get the taste of the new soft drinks exactly right."
I don't see how when these people get on tv and talk like this that they don't just bust out laughing. I sure would, &phhheeh, sorry folks, haha, I can't read this anymore. Truth is, we're scamming the holy shit out of all of you. We're large, and in charge. Illuminati is in the hizzouse! East Sah-eeeed!& -Henry
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05-14-2007, 12:34 PM,
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Sainsbury's Takes The Chemicals Out Of Cola
Oh I love aspartame, its so widly avaible, majority of gums and mints have it, but when the petition ran out, it was put under other names, watch out.
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05-14-2007, 02:29 PM, (This post was last modified: 05-14-2007, 02:31 PM by ephilution.)
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Sainsbury's Takes The Chemicals Out Of Cola
Aspartame in the EU is also mentioned under the additive numeral of e951. Lucky for me that I don't drink soda pop garbage or eat chewing gum anyway. :barf::pfft:
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05-17-2007, 02:42 AM,
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Sainsbury's Takes The Chemicals Out Of Cola
They are both excotoxins. They are both chemically made and pretty much the same dangers. Splenda works on the Hypothalmus Gland. All the 3 Sucrose, Slenda & Aspartamine are bad. High Fractose Corn Syrup is another bad one. Also are they taking out the MSG? It's labeled under 40 different names. All they have stated is they will no longer have donkey crap, now it's mule crap added. Don't be fooled.
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