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What artificial sweeteners were used in Diet Sodas in the USA beginning in 1969?

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The artificial sweetener used is Aspartame. It is about 300 times sweetner than natural sugar and is actually a dipeptide composed of aspartic acid and phenylalanine. I believe one of the first popular artificial sweeteners used in diet sodas within the USA was saccharin.

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