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A sweetener is a substance, most commonly a sugar substitute (artificial sweetener), added to food to give it the basic taste of sweetness.
Other common sweeteners include:
- Sugar alcohol
- Fructose, or fruit sugar
- High fructose corn syrup
- Sucrose, commonly named table sugar
- Unrefined sweetener
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