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Aspartame is a synthetic and low-calorie sweetener and is used as an active ingredient in consumer foods, beverages, soft drinks, breath mints, sugar free chewing gum, cocoa mixes, frozen desserts, chewable vitamin supplements, milk drinks, cerals, pharmaceutical drugs and supplements, tabletop sweeteners and diet sodas.
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