What is a common trade name for sucralose?

Answer Splenda is the common trade name for sucralose, a calorie-free sweetener manufactured by Tate & Lyle. Splenda is sold to consumers as a powder or liquid, or added to commercially manufactured foods... Read More »

Top Q&A For: What is a common trade name for sucralose

Can Sucralose cause gout?

There has been no evidence to suggest that Sucralose causes gout, and there appears to be no link between use of Sucralose, or any other artificial sweetener, and an individual's chances of develop... Read More »

The Difference Between Sucralose & Fructose?

The soft drink industry uses a number of sweeteners in its products; sucralose and high fructose corn syrup are two sweeteners used for this purpose. Both fructose and sucralose are sweeter than or... Read More »

What are the side effects of sucralose?

Sucralose is an artificial sweetener most commonly known as Splenda. Sucralose has zero calories, and is popular in many weight loss diets. Though the artificial sweetener has been determined by th... Read More »

What is the chemical formula of sucralose?

The chemical formula of the non-caloric sweetener sucralose is C12H19Cl3O8, which means a molecule of sucralose has 12 carbon atoms, 19 hydrogen atoms, three chlorine atoms and eight oxygen atoms.S... Read More »