Is acesulfame potassium safe?
Yes. Acesulfame potassium is a safe ingredient. It has been thoroughly tested in scientific studies and the FDA has confirmed its safety.
The FDA has set an acceptable daily intake (ADI) level for Ace-K. This is how much you can safely have each day. The ADI for Ace-K is like a 132-pound adult having 23 tabletop packets every day.
What is acesulfame potassium?
Acesulfame potassium is a zero-calorie sugar substitute. It can be used in place of sugar to give you reduced- or no-sugar alternatives. It is often combined with other sugar substitutes, like aspartame.
You might see acesulfame potassium listed as Ace-K or acesulfame K.
Why do you use Ace-K?
While sugar in moderation is fine, too much sugar isn’t good for anyone. That’s why we offer reduced- or no-sugar versions of many of the drinks you love. We want to give you great-tasting choices with fewer or no calories.
What Coca-Cola products contain Ace-K?
We use small amounts of Ace-K in some of our drinks. Sometimes, we blend it with other sugar substitutes, like aspartame or sucralose, for a unique taste but still with fewer or no calories. Try these options:
- Coca-Cola Zero Sugar
- Diet Barq’s
- Diet Coke Fiesty Cherry
- Fanta Zero
- Pibb Zero
- POWERADE Zero
- Seagram’s Diet Ginger Ale
- Sprite Zero
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