McNeil Nutritionals

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McNeil Nutritionals, LLC is a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, and sells a range of products including Lactaid, Viactiv and the branded sucralose sweetener Splenda. It is based in Fort Washington, PA, USA. According to a 2012 article in The New Zealand Herald it is "the category leader in table-top sweetener in the US".[1]

In June 2007, McNeil became involved in lawsuits with Merisant (makers of the artificial sweetener Equal).[2] More recently, it has started producing a sweetener made with stevia and cane sugar, marketed as Sun Crystals.

In 2012 it started to sell a monk fruit-based sweetener called Nectresse.[1]


  1. ^ a b Christopher Adams (Aug 28, 2012), US launch sweet news for kiwi supplier, The New Zealand Herald
  2. ^ NY Times Article June 2007 [1]

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