The box of Sweet'n Low packets that I bought states that each serving (one packet) contains less than one gram of carbohydrate. I'd like to know exactly how much less. I mean, what if I use three of these packets to sweeten my cup of coffee? If each packet contains, say, 0.9 grams, then I've just had 2.7 grams of carbs!

So, if I drink four cups of coffee thoughout the day, then I may have had 10.8 grams of carbs from Sweet'n Low alone! To err way on the side of caution, it would be best if I assume that each packet contains 0.99 grams of carbs.

Unfortunately, the FDA allows Sweet'n Low packaging to say "Zero Calories" when in fact, each packet has exactly four calories. The packaging also says that each packet contains "0% Daily Value Total Carbohydrate" when in fact there are "Less Than One Gram" of carbs per packet.

Maybe I should just accustom myself to one single packet of Sweet'n Lie (I mean Low )

Any thoughts?

So, if I drink four cups of coffee thoughout the day, then I may have had 10.8 grams of carbs from Sweet'n Low alone! To err way on the side of caution, it would be best if I assume that each packet contains 0.99 grams of carbs.

Unfortunately, the FDA allows Sweet'n Low packaging to say "Zero Calories" when in fact, each packet has exactly four calories. The packaging also says that each packet contains "0% Daily Value Total Carbohydrate" when in fact there are "Less Than One Gram" of carbs per packet.

Maybe I should just accustom myself to one single packet of Sweet'n Lie (I mean Low )

Any thoughts?

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