Sunday, March 3, 2013

Artificial Sweeteners in Milk?

Got diet milk? In a highly controversial move, the dairy industry wants to market artificially sweetened milk—without any special label to alert consumers.
In a petition filed with the FDA, the International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) and the National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) seek to change the definition of “milk” so that chemical sweeteners like aspartame and sucralose can be used as optional ingredients not listed on the product label.

If the petition—originally filed in 2009 and now under consideration by the FDAis successful, these hidden additives could also be included in 17 other dairy productsincluding whipping cream, low-fat and non-fat yogurt, eggnog, sweetened condensed milk, sour cream, and half-and-half—without requiring any special labeling.

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A petition filed with the FDA seeks to change milk’s definition so that artificial sweeteners like aspartame and sucralose can be added as optional ingredients and not listed on the label.

It was originally filed in 2009 and is now being considered by the administration. If it passes, the additives would be included in dairy products like whipping cream, low-fat and non-fat yogurt, eggnog, sweetened condensed milk, sour cream, and half-and-half, but would not require any special labeling. - See more at: http://www.opposingviews.com/i/health/fda-considering-addition-artificial-sweeteners-milk-without-label#sthash.wTnexiHn.dpuf
A petition filed with the FDA seeks to change milk’s definition so that artificial sweeteners like aspartame and sucralose can be added as optional ingredients and not listed on the label.

It was originally filed in 2009 and is now being considered by the administration. If it passes, the additives would be included in dairy products like whipping cream, low-fat and non-fat yogurt, eggnog, sweetened condensed milk, sour cream, and half-and-half, but would not require any special labeling. - See more at: http://www.opposingviews.com/i/health/fda-considering-addition-artificial-sweeteners-milk-without-label#sthash.wTnexiHn.dpuf
A petition filed with the FDA seeks to change milk’s definition so that artificial sweeteners like aspartame and sucralose can be added as optional ingredients and not listed on the label.

It was originally filed in 2009 and is now being considered by the administration. If it passes, the additives would be included in dairy products like whipping cream, low-fat and non-fat yogurt, eggnog, sweetened condensed milk, sour cream, and half-and-half, but would not require any special labeling. - See more at: http://www.opposingviews.com/i/health/fda-considering-addition-artificial-sweeteners-milk-without-label#sthash.wTnexiHn.dpuf
A petition filed with the FDA seeks to change milk’s definition so that artificial sweeteners like aspartame and sucralose can be added as optional ingredients and not listed on the label.

It was originally filed in 2009 and is now being considered by the administration. If it passes, the additives would be included in dairy products like whipping cream, low-fat and non-fat yogurt, eggnog, sweetened condensed milk, sour cream, and half-and-half, but would not require any special labeling. - See more at: http://www.opposingviews.com/i/health/fda-considering-addition-artificial-sweeteners-milk-without-label#sthash.wTnexiHn.dpuf
A petition filed with the FDA seeks to change milk’s definition so that artificial sweeteners like aspartame and sucralose can be added as optional ingredients and not listed on the label.

It was originally filed in 2009 and is now being considered by the administration. If it passes, the additives would be included in dairy products like whipping cream, low-fat and non-fat yogurt, eggnog, sweetened condensed milk, sour cream, and half-and-half, but would not require any special labeling. - See more at: http://www.opposingviews.com/i/health/fda-considering-addition-artificial-sweeteners-milk-without-label#sthash.wTnexiHn.dpuf
A petition filed with the FDA seeks to change milk’s definition so that artificial sweeteners like aspartame and sucralose can be added as optional ingredients and not listed on the label.

It was originally filed in 2009 and is now being considered by the administration. If it passes, the additives would be included in dairy products like whipping cream, low-fat and non-fat yogurt, eggnog, sweetened condensed milk, sour cream, and half-and-half, but would not require any special labeling. - See more at: http://www.opposingviews.com/i/health/fda-considering-addition-artificial-sweeteners-milk-without-label#sthash.wTnexiHn.dpuf
A petition filed with the FDA seeks to change milk’s definition so that artificial sweeteners like aspartame and sucralose can be added as optional ingredients and not listed on the label.

It was originally filed in 2009 and is now being considered by the administration. If it passes, the additives would be included in dairy products like whipping cream, low-fat and non-fat yogurt, eggnog, sweetened condensed milk, sour cream, and half-and-half, but would not require any special labeling. - See more at: http://www.opposingviews.com/i/health/fda-considering-addition-artificial-sweeteners-milk-without-label#sthash.wTnexiHn.dpuf
A petition filed with the FDA seeks to change milk’s definition so that artificial sweeteners like aspartame and sucralose can be added as optional ingredients and not listed on the label.

It was originally filed in 2009 and is now being considered by the administration. If it passes, the additives would be included in dairy products like whipping cream, low-fat and non-fat yogurt, eggnog, sweetened condensed milk, sour cream, and half-and-half, but would not require any special labeling. - See more at: http://www.opposingviews.com/i/health/fda-considering-addition-artificial-sweeteners-milk-without-label#sthash.wTnexiHn.dpuf
A petition filed with the FDA seeks to change milk’s definition so that artificial sweeteners like aspartame and sucralose can be added as optional ingredients and not listed on the label.

It was originally filed in 2009 and is now being considered by the administration. If it passes, the additives would be included in dairy products like whipping cream, low-fat and non-fat yogurt, eggnog, sweetened condensed milk, sour cream, and half-and-half, but would not require any special labeling. - See more at: http://www.opposingviews.com/i/health/fda-considering-addition-artificial-sweeteners-milk-without-label#sthash.wTnexiHn.dpuf
A petition filed with the FDA seeks to change milk’s definition so that artificial sweeteners like aspartame and sucralose can be added as optional ingredients and not listed on the label.

It was originally filed in 2009 and is now being considered by the administration. If it passes, the additives would be included in dairy products like whipping cream, low-fat and non-fat yogurt, eggnog, sweetened condensed milk, sour cream, and half-and-half, but would not require any special labeling. - See more at: http://www.opposingviews.com/i/health/fda-considering-addition-artificial-sweeteners-milk-without-label#sthash.wTnexiHn.dpuf

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