Who Makes Aspartame?... That's Right, MONSANTO!

Submitted by SadInAmerica on Wed, 06/25/2008 - 8:18pm.

 

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Even the pharmaceutical companies are in bed with Monsanto!

Aspartame is banned in all childrens products in the European Common Market. Why not here? Why not Canada? Is not the life, health and safety of our children more important than corporate profits and greed?

Pharmaceutical Companies Use Aspartame!

Aspartame is not only used in food, per se, but is also used in pharmaceutical products. You might be surprised by the number of products that contain aspartame. A sample research project was initiated in April 1994, with requests to companies that produce pharmaceuticals. A number of companies failed to respond to a request for information. Some companies did respond.

Making sure children never miss a dose of aspartame appears to be a priority!

Frequently it is not listed on the outside of the package but in the small print on the slip of paper inside the package.  If you find a product you bought contains this poison return it to the store and insist on getting your money back or a substitute that does not contain aspartame.

Ready?

A.H. ROBBINS COMPANY, INC:

The following Robbins product contains aspartame.
Dimetap Cold and Allergy Chewable Tablets

 

BIO-PHARMACEUTICS:

The following Bio-Pharmaceutics products contain aspartame:
Childrens Chewable Acetiminophen

 

BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB COMPANY:

The following BMS product contains aspartame:
CEFZIL

 

EQUATE:

The following Equate product contains aspartame:
Equate Chewable Vitamins Animal-Shaped (with Iron)

 

HALL LABORATORIES:

The following Hall Labs products contain aspartame:
Health Balance Childrens Chewable Multivitamin
Zoo Chews Animal-Shaped Chewable Multivitamin

H & PC PRODUCTS:

The following H&PC product contains aspartame:
Sugar Free Metamucil

 

JOHNSON AND JOHNSON PHARMACEUTICALS:

The only product made by J&J/Merck Consumer Pharmaceuticals containing aspatame appears to be Mylanta Natural Fiber Supplement, Sugar Free.

 

LEDERLE LABORATORIES:

The following Lederle products contain aspartame:
Centrum,Jr vitamins contain aspartame.

 

LIFELINE NUTRITIONAL:

The following subsidiary lines contain aspartame:
Lucky Stores: Mediguard Childrens Multivitamin Supplement with Iron


P.Leiner:

The following Leiner subsidiary products contain aspartame:
Carls Drug Co: CARLS DRUG Childrens Chewable Multivitamin
Malone & Hyde: HYDES PARK Childrens Chewable Multivitamin
Hills Dept Stores: HILLS Childrens Chewable Multivitamin
Kent Co: DART Childen's Chewable Multivitamin
Big B Discount Drugs: BIG B Childrens Chewable Multivitamin
LKS Products, Inc: MEDI-GUARD Childrens Chewable Multivitamins
Revco Drug Stores: REVCO Childrens Chewable Multivitamins
Longs Drug Stores: LONGS Children's Chewable Multivitamin
Gray Drug Fair, Inc: GRAY DRUG FAIR Childrens Chewable Multivitamin

L.PERRIGO:

The following subsidiary product lines contain aspartame:
Eckerd: ECKERD Sugar Free Natural Fiber Laxative
Fay's: FAY'S Sugar Free Natural Vegetable Laxative
Longs: LONGS Sugar Free Natural Vegetable Powder Laxative
Payless: PAYLESS Sugar Free Natural Vegetable Powder Laxative
Perrigo: Sugar Free Natural Vegetable Powder
Perry: PERRY Drug Stores Sugar Free Natural Veg.Powder Bulk Laxative
Raley's: RALEY'S Sugar Free Natural Vegetable Powder
Rite Aid: RITE AID Sugar Free Regular Flavor Nat.Veg.Bulk Powder

MCNEIL CONSUMER PRODUCTS:

The following McNeil Products contain aspartame:
Childrens TYLENOL acetaminophen Fruit Flavored Chewable Tablets
Childrens TYLENOL acetaminophen Grape Flavored Chewable Tablets
Childrens TYLENOL acetaminophen Cold Multi-Symptom Chewable Tablets
Junior Strength TYLENOL acetaminophen Fruit Flavored Chewable Tablets
Junior Strength TYLENOL acetaminophen Grape Flavored Chewable Tablets
Pediacare Cold-Allergy Tablets for Ages 6 to 12
Pediacare Cough-Cold Tablets for Ages 6 to 12
Pediacare Childrens Cold Relief Tablets
Tylenol Cold and Flu Hot Medication
Tylenol Cold and Flu No Drowsiness Formula Hot Medication
Childrens Chewable Co-Tylenol

  

MEAD JOHNSON NUTRITIONALS:

The following MJN products contain aspartame:
Tempra 3 Chewable Tablets, 80mg acetaminophen tablet (3.3mg phenylalinine/tab)
Tempra 3 Double Strength Chewable Tablets, 160mg acetominophen (6.6mg Phen/tab)
GLAXO PHARMACEUTICALS: The following Glaxo product contains aspartame:
Zantac
Efferdose

 

MEDIGUARD:

The following Mediguard product contains aspartame:
Mediguard Childens Multivitamin Supplement (Cherry,Orange and Grape)

 

MEIJER:

The following Meijer product contains aspartame:
MeijerCircus Shapes (Complete with Calcium,Iron and Minerals)
MeijerCircus Shapes (with Iron)

MILES INCORPORATED:

The following Miles products contain aspartame:
Alka-Seltzer Plus Night-time Cold Medicine
Alka-Seltzer Plus Cold and Cough Medicine
Alka-Seltzer Plus Sinus Allergy Medicine
Bugs Bunny Vitamin Products (ALL)
Flintstones Plus Calcium Multivitamin Supplement
Flintstones Complete Multivitamin Supplement
Flintstones Childrens Chewable Multivitamin

PENNEX PRODUCTS:

The following Pennex Products subsidiaries manufacture products containing aspartame: (Most introduced in 1987):
American Stores: SKAGGS ALPHA BETA Childrens Pain Reliever
Consumer Value Stores: CVS Childrens Non-Aspirin Pain Reliever
Drug Guild Dist: DRUG GUILD childrens anti-pain Chewable Tablets
First Nat'l Supermarkets: FINAST Childrens Non-Aspirin Pain Reliever
Greenbax Enterprises: PRICE-WISE Childrens Non-Aspirin Pain Reliever
Hannaford Bros: SHOP'N SAVE Childrens Non-Aspirin Pain Reliever
J.C.Penny: TREASURY Childrens Chewable Non-Aspirin Pain Reliever
Kinney Drugs: KINNEY"S Childrens Chewable Non-Aspirin Pain Reliever
LaVerdiere's Super Drug: LV ACTION SOOTHSALL Childrens Non-Aspirin
Legend Pharmaceuticals: LEGEND Childrens Chewable Non-Aspirin P.R.
Malone & Hyde: HYDE PARK Childrens Non-Aspirin Pain Reliever
Marsh Supermarkets: MARSH Childrens Non-Aspirin Pain Reliever
Osco Drug: OSCO Childrens Chewable Non-Aspirin Pain Reliever
Pay'n Save Stores: PAY'N SAVE Childrens Chewable Non-Aspirin Pain Reliever
Penned Products: GOOD HEALTH Childrens Non-Aspirin Pain Reliever
Peoples Drug Stores: PEOPLES Childrens Chewable Non-Aspirin Pain Reliever
Piggly Wiggly Corp: PIGGLY WIGGLY Childrens Chewable Non-Aspirin P.R.
Rite Aid Corp.: RITE AID Childrens Aceteminophen Non-Aspirin Pain Reliever
Scriver: SUPER TRU Childrens Non-Aspirin Pain Reliever (Acetaminophen)
Wegman's Food Markets: WEGMANS Childrens Chewable Acetaminophen

PERRIGO:

The following additional Perrigo product contains aspartame:
Animal Shapes Chewable Vitamins Plus Extra C
Animal Shapes Chewable Vitamins Complete
Animal Shapes Chewable Vitamins With Iron

PHARMAVITE CORP:

The following subsidiary lines contain aspartame:
Eckard Drug: Childrens Chewable Multivitamin
Longs Drug  Childrens Chewable Multivitamin

RALEY'S:

The following Raleys product contains aspartame:
Childrens Chewable Vitamins With Iron

 

SQUIBB:

The following Squib products contain aspartame:
Squibcare Sugar Free Natural Fiber Laxative
Thrifty: Thrifty Sugar Free Natural Vegetable Laxative

WHITEHALL LABS:

The following Whitehall Labs product contains aspartame:
Childrens Anacin-3 Chewable Tablets
Cenci Powder: The following Cenci products contain aspartame:
Naturlax Natural Fiber Laxative
Lifeline Natural Fiber Laxative

REFERENCES
The above data was obtained from Aspartame Research Group forwarded to Leading Edge Research.
 
1. Take the 60-day No Aspartame Test and send us your case history. Case history forms on this site under "FDA complaint form"
Mission Possible International
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Duluth, GA 30097  USA


2. Tell your doctor and all of your friends!


3. RETURN ALL Asparcidal food to the store. Tell them you have no wish to be poisoned.  Anything containing Monsanto's NutraSweet, Equal, Spoonful, Benevia, NatraTaste or the word Aspartame on the package, take it back to the store, demand a refund.

 

VISIT http://www.thepentagram.com  List of 92 ailments and diseases FDA admits it!


VISIT http://www.notmilk.com  Exposing Bovine Growth Hormone

RECOMMENDED READING      

CAUTION   Reading this will change your life!

"The Monsanto Files" in The Ecologist Vol 28 NO 5, Sept/Oct 1998
Available from:
Ecosystems Ltd
Unit 18 Chelsea Wharf
15 Lotts Road
London SW10 0QJ, England
Tel: (0171) 351-3578
Fax: (0171) 351-3617
E-mail: Shaunagh Cowell < sgc@MAG-SUBS.demon.co.uk >

Costs U$10.00 or £6.00 by air mail.
They accept credit card orders which you can e-mail or fax.
 

NOTE - On the European Common Market Aspartame is banned for all children's products!

Why not in Canada and the USA?  

Because Monsanto pays off the FDA, the American Medical Association, The American Dietetic and Diabetic Associations, Congressmen and Senators and virtually anyone who gets in the way, and in other countries too. The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation caught them red handed and aired a program where Monsanto was trying to bribe a couple of Canadian Doctors at Health Canada.

Author Peter Sills writing in the Toronto Globe and Mail said, after a three and a half year court case against Monsanto, brought by railroad workers exposed to dioxin following a train derailment had ended and in which the jury awarded a $16 million in punitive damages against Monsanto, "The evidence of Monsanto executives at the trial portrayed a corporate culture where sales and profits were given a higher priority than the safety of products and it's workers. They (Monsanto) just didn't care about the health and safety of their workers.  Instead of trying to make things safer, they relied on intimidation and threatened layoffs to keep their employees working.

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Submitted by SadInAmerica on Wed, 06/25/2008 - 8:18pm.

Comments

kelly (not verified) | Wed, 08/26/2009 - 6:09am

Beware of Pharmacio Corp. They were set up by the very same people who gave you the aspartame.

Thanks - as always your blog is useful with loads of info!

careful scotsman!! (not verified) | Sat, 12/06/2008 - 2:59am

i dont know who has u all believing that childrens products in europe do not contain aspartame, but i can assure u as a father of 2 who checks ingredients, they certainly do. i have read things for and against its use, as a precaution i chose about a yr ago to make sure that my family and myself eat and drink a healthy diet where we dont need much in the way of artificial anything. none of us are obese, we are all a healthy weight and i must also say that i have noticed a remarkable improvement in my sons concentration and behaviour since the diet change.

i think if we all just made sure we all watched what we ate and drank this wouldnt be an issue. and before anyone says, i AM on a VERY limited income and it IS possible to manage this.

GLORY GLORY TO THE HIBEES!!

Anonymous (not verified) | Mon, 06/30/2008 - 9:50pm

I thought Searle made aspartame not Monsanto.

Richar Coldman (not verified) | Mon, 10/26/2009 - 8:30pm

In the late 70's when the then CEO of Searle, Donald Rumsfeld used his political influence to overturn the FDA's ban on Aspartame, it may have been an independent company. Of that I'm not certain, but certainly Searle became a subsidiary of the GM giant Monsanto, who are busy poisoning the whole world and destroying the livlihoods of farmers in the thirld world. The rapidly increasing suicide rate among farmers in India is a direct result of the activities of Monsanto.

TYT (not verified) | Sat, 06/28/2008 - 9:58am

ah, we can finally agree with the "John E. Garst, Ph.D." who goes around the internet and tries to discredit the health dangers due to aspartame. Indeed, the references provided by snopes are giving incomplete, and inaccurate data; and that has long been known. About that bridge; what is the name of it, and how much?

TYT (not verified) | Fri, 06/27/2008 - 9:53pm

The Calorie Central Council is an international association of manufacturers of low-calorie and reduced-fat foods and beverages. The Calorie Central Council, aka CCC, has members that include manufacturers of alternative sweeteners, fat replacers and low-calorie bulking agents. This same CCC runs aspartame.org. The U.S. patent on aspartame expired in 1992. Since then the company has faced hot competition in market for aspartame from other manufacturers, including Ajinomoto, Merisant and the Holland Sweetener Company, (which stopped making the chemical in late 2006) It is J.W. Childs Equity Partners II, L.P. who purchased the NutraSweet Co. from Monsanto in 2000. The truth regarding Aspartame: Is Aspartame Really Safe? and how it came to approval: Donald Rumsfeld In Bed With Aspartame That level of daily consumption that is judged to be safe per the FDA is 50 milligrams (50 Milligrams = 0.0017636980974790206 Ounces) per kilogram (1 Kilogram = 2.2046 pounds) of body weight per day. The FDA considers Aspartame to be one of the most thoroughly tested and studied food additives the agency has every approved. More than 100 toxicologists and clinicians studied and the agency has reviewed, confirming that Aspartame is safe for the general population. (Harvey, 2002) Some math… 0.00176369809747902 ounces = 50mg 2.204600 pounds = 1 kilo 0.0000352739619495804 ounces = 1 mg So per the FDA for every 2.2046 of your pounds you can have 0.00176369809747902 ounces Divide your weight by 2.2046 Example: if you are 100 pounds, 100/2.2046=45.359702 Multiply your result, in this case 45.359702, by 0.00176369809747902 ounces = 0.080000821 ounces. 0.080000821 ounces converts to 2267.95mg. That's your limit if you're 100lbs. 0.080000821 ounces, or 2267.95mg per day says the FDA. That's the limit set by the FDA. It gets worse. According to the FDA, Aspartame users are supposedly only consuming 4-7 percent of those 0.080000821 ounces. Four percent of 0.080000821 ounces = 0.003200033 ounces Four percent 2267.95mg = 90.718mg Yet one soda can in the United States is 12 (Twelve) ounces. 12 ounces = 340,194.278mg

John E. Garst, Ph.D. (Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmacology, and (not verified) | Fri, 06/27/2008 - 1:10pm

This post is pure garbage! Ditto the Monsanto inaccuracy given above. Ditto the snopes references given above. No one with any credibility whatsoever believes aspartame criticisms anymore. You are fighting a battle that was long lost. But I have this bridge for sale. John E. Garst, Ph.D. (Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmacology, and Toxicology)

SadInAmerica | Thu, 06/26/2008 - 8:09pm

Both Merisant and the NutraSweet Co. trace their roots to the Monsanto Co. Merisant purchased the *rights to sell a tabletop version of aspartame in 2000 from Monsanto*, while *NutraSweet purchased the manufacturing and wholesale rights* to the product. Merisant's *lease rights* to the NutraSweet brand name end this summer. ASPARTAME Is Manufactured By Monsanto Using Genetically Modified Bacteria Monsanto is making a *killing* on aspartame regardless of what company is involved.

EVERYBODY KNOWS...

Anonymous (not verified) | Thu, 06/26/2008 - 5:02pm

Actually Monsanto sold it's sweetener business in Feb. 2000. It is currently owned by Merisant. There is a wealth of information debunking the claims that aspartame is harmful. http://www.snopes.com/medical/toxins/aspartame.asp http://www.aspartame.org/aspartame_myths.html We know the lies. they propagate on the internet when people don't bother to do basic fact checking.