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**TRUTHFUL ANSWER** Because it is cheaper and tastes much better than Stevia/Erythritol. The answer Celsius provided is not completely correct as Sucralose has been proven to affect your blood sugar and insulin, which is a negative for weightloss. It is also not non-gmo as it is created via a chemical process that repl… see more **TRUTHFUL ANSWER** Because it is cheaper and tastes much better than Stevia/Erythritol. The answer Celsius provided is not completely correct as Sucralose has been proven to affect your blood sugar and insulin, which is a negative for weightloss. It is also not non-gmo as it is created via a chemical process that replaces 3 hydrogen-oxygen groups with 3 chlorine atoms. see less **TRUTHFUL ANSWER** Because it is cheaper and tastes much better than Stevia/Erythritol. The answer Celsius provided is not completely correct as Sucralose has been proven to affect your blood sugar and insulin, which is a negative for weightloss. It is also not non-gmo as it is created via a chemical process that replaces 3 hydrogen-oxygen groups with 3 chlorine atoms.
Ryan
· February 4, 2019
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Hi R.L., Celsius is lightly sweetened with sucralose. Please let us know if you have any other questions!- Team Celsius
CelsiusCares
· August 14, 2015
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Yes it does according to the packaging. In order, it says "carbonated-filtered water, citric acid, natural flavor, sucralose, beta-carotene for color." Also states 200mg of caffeine per serving
TexDr
· March 3, 2013
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It reminds me of diet RC cola with out the wierd teeth feeling
Charlie Mills
· September 26, 2019
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Thank you for reaching out to CELSIUS! We appreciate your inquiry regarding our sweeteners and it does vary based on the product you select. Our CELSIUS Originals is sweetened with Sucralose, which is a non-caloric sweetener made from sugar and the average amount of sucralose per can is approximately 0.10 grams. For co… see more Thank you for reaching out to CELSIUS! We appreciate your inquiry regarding our sweeteners and it does vary based on the product you select. Our CELSIUS Originals is sweetened with Sucralose, which is a non-caloric sweetener made from sugar and the average amount of sucralose per can is approximately 0.10 grams. For comparison purposes, one packet of Splenda is 1 gram.

Both our CELSIUS HEAT and On-the-Go Sticks are also sweetened with Sucralose, while our CELSIUS SWEETENED WITH STEVIA line is naturally sweetened with Stevia and carries a different taste profile. see less
Thank you for reaching out to CELSIUS! We appreciate your inquiry regarding our sweeteners and it does vary based on the product you select. Our CELSIUS Originals is sweetened with Sucralose, which is a non-caloric sweetener made from sugar and the average amount of sucralose per can is approximately 0.10 grams. For comparison purposes, one packet of Splenda is 1 gram.

Both our CELSIUS HEAT and On-the-Go Sticks are also sweetened with Sucralose, while our CELSIUS SWEETENED WITH STEVIA line is naturally sweetened with Stevia and carries a different taste profile.

CELSIUS Customer Care
Manufacturer · October 21, 2019
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Yes, it is vegan. Made in the US (Florida).
JMH
· March 25, 2018
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Hey there, CELSIUS Originals contain 200mg. total caffeine per serving (1 can).
Celsius Customer Care
Manufacturer · September 24, 2018
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Look into Guru Lite
Strider
· October 3, 2016
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Splenda
mack cummings
· October 27, 2016