is an artificial sweetener known by the trade name Splenda.
In the European Union, it is also known under the E number
(additive code) E955. It is 320 - 1,000 times as
sweet as sucrose, making it roughly twice as sweet as saccharin and four times
as sweet as aspartame. It is manufactured by the selective
chlorination of sucrose, by which three of sucrose's hydroxyl
groups are substituted with chlorine atoms to produce
4-deoxy-α-D-galactopyranoside or C12H19Cl3O8.
Unlike aspartame, it is stable under heat and over a broad
range of pH conditions, and can be used in baking, or
in products that require a longer shelf life."..
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