Does Robinsons squash have aspartame?

Does Robinsons squash have aspartame?

Water, Fruit Juices from Concentrate 10% (Apple 9%, Strawberry 0.4%, Plum, Blackcurrant, Cherry 0.1%), Acids (Malic Acid, Citric Acid), Natural Colours (Anthocyanins), Acidity Regulator (Sodium Citrate), Sweeteners (Aspartame, Saccharin), Preservatives (Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Metabisulphite), Natural Flavouring.

Is there aspartame in diluting juice?

In some products, aspartame is still being used in the UK, after being removed from equivalent products overseas – Pepsi took it out of their US diet drink in 2015, but the British arm of the company has kept using the ingredient.

Is sugar free orange squash bad for you?

Sugar-free drinks e.g. sugar-free cola, sugar-free lemonade, and no-added-sugar squash. These drinks contain artificial sweeteners, which will provide a sweet taste but won’t have an effect on blood sugar levels, which is good for people with diabetes.

Is Acesulfame K the same as aspartame?

Which foods contain it? Acesulfame potassium is a highly versatile artificial sweetener that manufacturers use in a wide range of foods and drinks. Unlike similar sweeteners, such as aspartame, it is stable when heated.

What soft drinks have no aspartame?

Many diet sodas without aspartame are available, including Diet Coke with Splenda, Coca-Cola Life and Diet Pepsi with Splenda.

Is drinking orange squash bad for you?

Fizzy drinks, squashes and juice drinks can contain lots of added sugar and very few nutrients, so keep them to a minimum. Children should avoid them completely. Flavoured water drinks can also contain a surprisingly large amount of sugar, so check food labels before you buy.

Is orange squash bad for your teeth?

Fizzy drinks (whether diet or regular), fruit squashes, cocoa and milk shakes may all cause harm to teeth. The sugar in them can cause tooth decay whilst the acid in both normal and diet drinks dissolves the enamel on the teeth leading to erosion.

Why is acesulfame K bad for you?

One of the major issues surrounding Ace-K is that it contains the carcinogen methylene chloride. According to studies, headaches, depression, nausea, mental confusion, liver effects, kidney effects, visual disturbances, and cancer can all result from long-term exposure to methylene chloride.

Why is aspartame bad?

Authors of a 2017 review concluded that aspartame may affect the immune system and, as a result, it may lead to oxidative stress and inflammation. Their findings suggested that aspartame could affect the cells of various body organs, including the brain, the heart, the liver, and the kidneys.

Are there any fruit squashes that do not contain aspartame?

Sainsburys own brand squashes (they might be called High Juice) are aspartame-free – although they do contain a great deal of sugar! There are some nice flavours, it’s a drinks staple of mine. They have Apple and Blackcurrant, Grapefruit, Lemon, Orange I think and I can’t remember what else.

Is there aspartame in Sainsburys own brand squash?

and saccharine, iirc. Think Sainsbury’s own brand squash is without aspartame. At least one type is. Got cross in Boots t’other day cos DP had been sold sugar free calpol when he swears blind he asked for wiyh sugar type and when I tried to return it and exchange they said not possible with medication.

Which is the best squash with no sugar?

I have found that Supermarket own brand Hi Juice squashes are the best bet, but some of these ranges are No Added Sugar and contain sweetener and others are sweetened with sugar, I check and choose the latter. I would rather they consumed small amounts of sugar than all these chemicals they are increasingly using to sweeten drinks.

Are there any aspartame free squash at Lidl?

Ribena is also aspartame free but only the blackcurrant flavour that’s around £2 for 1 litre when it’s on offer (although cheaper in B&M bargains). Lidl also have a Hi-juice variety but I can’t remember how much they are.