From Sweet to Sour: Splenda, Sugar Battle in Court Marketers of the popular sugar substitute Splenda and the Sugar Association are locked in a legal battle over allegations that the artificial sweetener uses false advertising. The dispute comes on the heels of an announcement by Coca-Cola that it plans to use Splenda in a new version of Diet Coke. NPR's Luke Burbank reports.
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From Sweet to Sour: Splenda, Sugar Battle in Court

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Marketers of the popular sugar substitute Splenda and the Sugar Association are locked in a legal battle over allegations that the artificial sweetener uses false advertising. The dispute comes on the heels of an announcement by Coca-Cola that it plans to use Splenda in a new version of Diet Coke. NPR's Luke Burbank reports.

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