Does sucralose cause cancer?
No. Sucralose has been well-studied for its safety. Authoritative bodies, such as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), have reviewed the scientific data, including cancer studies, on sucralose. They have concluded it is safe for use in food and beverages.
The safety of our ingredients and beverages is really important to us. This includes the sugar substitutes we use in our products.
Is sucralose bad for you?
No, sucralose is a safe ingredient. It has been thoroughly tested in scientific studies and the FDA has confirmed it is safe.
The FDA has set an acceptable daily intake (ADI) level for sucralose. This is how much you can safely have each day. The ADI for sucralose is like a 132-pound adult having 23 tabletop packets every day.
Learn more about sucralose.
Does The Coca-Cola Company use suclarose?
Yes. Sucralose is one of the sugar substitutes we use in some of our drinks because we know many people want the choice of great-tasting beverages with fewer or no calories.
To learn more, visit our Coca-Cola Products page.
Why does The Coca-Cola Company use sucralose?
While sugar in moderation is fine, too much sugar isn’t good for anyone.
It’s why we offer reduced- and no-sugar versions for many of the drinks you love. We want to give you great-tasting choices with fewer or no calories.
- U.S. Food and Drug Administration: Sucralose
- U.S. Food and Drug Administration: Additional information about high-intensity sweeteners permitted for use in food in the United States
- European Food Safety Authority: Scientific opinion on sucralose
- FoodInsight.org: Everything you need to know about sucralose