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What are SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweeteners?

SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweeteners are the SPLENDA® Sweetener taste you love, in new liquid form. It’s perfect for use in your favorite hot or cold beverages, or your morning cereal, and can even be used in a variety of recipes. Just one squeeze sweetens like one teaspoon of sugar, making it handy to use at home or on the go.

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In comparison to table sugar (sucrose), how sweet are SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweetener Products?

One squeeze sweetens like one teaspoon of sugar.

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What is a serving size of a SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweetener Product?

One squeeze (1/16th teaspoon or 0.3 ml) is the serving size of our SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweeteners. One serving provides the sweetness of one teaspoon of sugar.

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How many servings are in a bottle of SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweetener?

There are about 200 servings in a bottle of our original SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweetener and 160 servings in a bottle of our SPLENDA ZERO® Stevia Liquid Sweetener.

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How much SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweetener provides the sweetness of a packet of original SPLENDA® No Calorie Sweetener?

Two squeezes (1/8th teaspoon or 0.5 ml) of SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweetener provides the sweetness of a packet of SPLENDA® No Calorie Sweetener.

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Can I cook and bake with a SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweetener?

SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweeteners can be used to sweeten foods that are heated, however, they might not be suitable for some recipes that need sugar for volume, browning or other functional characteristics. We suggest using these products to make things like beverages, smoothies, sauces, salad dressings or other food items, where the main role of sugar is to just provide sweetness.

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Can I use a SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweetener in one of your SPLENDA® Brand recipes?

SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweeteners can be used to sweeten foods that are heated, however, they might not be suitable for some recipes that need sugar for volume, browning or other functional characteristics. We suggest using these products to make things like beverages, smoothies, sauces, salad dressings or other food items, where the main role of sugar is to just provide sweetness.

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Can SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweeteners be used in alcoholic beverages?

Yes, SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweeteners can be used in alcoholic beverages.

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How many grams of carbohydrate are there in SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweeteners?

There is no carbohydrate contained in SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweeteners.

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How much sugar is in SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweeteners?

There is no sugar contained in SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweeteners.

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Are SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweeteners suitable for use by people with diabetes?

Yes. SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweeteners have no calories or carbohydrate, so they can be used freely without any concern for carbohydrate counting with diabetes meal planning. They are also perfect for persons trying to lower their added sugar intake in meal plans designed to help lower excess body weight, which can be important in the management of diabetes.

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How much SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweetener counts as a free food in a diet for diabetes?

SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweeteners have no carbohydrate, so they can be used freely without any concern for carbohydrate counting with diabetes meal planning.

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Are SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweeteners kosher?

Yes, SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweeteners are certified kosher parve.

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How should the SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweetener Products be stored?

SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweetener Products should be stored at room temperature. These products should not be frozen.

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Can I freeze the SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweetener Products?

No, we do not recommend freezing SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweetener Products. Freezing may affect the integrity of the bottle. You should store SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweetener Products at room temperature. Many foods made with SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweetener Product can be frozen – just like foods made with sugar.

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Do the SPLENDA ZERO® Liquid Sweetener Products contain any gluten?

We do not test our finished products for the presence of gluten, however, there are no ingredients in the product that are derived from sources containing gluten.

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