Definition of Ace–K
: acesulfame-k Because of its stability, Ace-K retains its sweetness at normal baking temperatures and in combination with acidic ingredients in foods and beverages. — R. J. Ignelzi, San Diego Union-Tribune, 28 Feb. 2006
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Origin and Etymology of ace–k
First Known Use: 1996
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