To think they could use nutritional terms to sell their artificial sweetener is pretty low.
I don’t often agree with CPSI but on this issue I really support their argument. For McNeil to sell their Splenda spiked with B-vitamins as well as offering their sweetener spiked with fiber is an insult to the consumer. B-vitamins are important for correct blood sugar and mental health and we do need plenty of fiber each day which we should be getting from a good diet. To think they could use nutritional terms to sell their artificial sweetener is pretty low. The amount they have added to their sweeteners is like adding a teaspoon of gas to your car’s gas tank to make a 250 mile trip. It’s a shame that some companies will stoop so low to do anything to sell their products. Ethics in business is a thing of the past since prayer and God have been left out of our daily lives and city, state and federal governments. Big business leaders are just following our leaders in Washington. Our Founding Fathers built this country on Christian principles. What are we teaching and leaving our children and future generations?
The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) has taken aim at McNeil Nutritionals’ Splenda Essentials sweetener in a lawsuit filed in a California district court, alleging that the fortified sweetener’s marketing violates consumer protection laws... Read