ISA response to Anses report

Posted: 01 January 2015

Brussels 14 January 2015: The International Sweeteners Association (ISA) acknowledges the work conducted by the ANSES scientific panel (French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety) on the evaluation of “nutritional risk...


Highlights from DIETS-EFAD Conference 2014

Posted: 01 November 2014

Low calorie sweeteners and their impact on weight management, diabetes and the liking for sweetness were hot topics of debate last weekend as the ISA joined experts in health and dietetics at the DIETS-EFAD (European Federation of the Associations of...


ISA at DIETS-EFAD Conference 2014: leading scientific experts will meet to discuss the merits of low calorie sweeteners in addressing European public health concerns

Posted: 02 October 2014

Brussels 2 October 2014 – Athens, Greece – On the 11th October the International Sweeteners Association (ISA) will host a symposium on “Low calorie sweeteners – A fundamental choice in weight management and diabetes” as part of the 8th DIETS-EFAD Con...


ISA refutes claims made in Suez et al. study

Posted: 01 October 2014

Brussels, October 10 2014: the International Sweeteners Association (ISA) finds the hypotheses of the study by Suez et al.1 highly questionable. Contrary to the title of the article, these studies do not confirm any conclusions about the consumption ...


Healthy hearts: low calorie sweeteners helping you live a sweet and healthy life

Posted: 29 September 2014

World Heart Day on 29th September 2014 focuses our attention on creating heart-healthy environments. The International Sweeteners Association (ISA) supports healthy heart choices where people work, live and play. Low calorie sweeteners, when used as ...


Putting a sweetener on oral health and diabetes: ISA celebrates European Oral Health day

Posted: 12 September 2014

Brussels 12 September 2014: On the occasion of European Oral Health Day, the ISA supports this opportunity to put the spotlight on the link between oral health and diabetes. Unknown to most, oral diseases share a set of common risk factors, wh...