Biggest Euro Aspartame
Producer To Quit Production

From Dr. Betty Martini, D.Hum
With all the excuses of Holland Sweetener, obviously the handwriting is on the wall. With the impeccable Ramazzini Study in Italy showing aspartame to be a multipotential carcinogen, peer reviewed by 7 world experts, the studies by the original manufacturer, Searle, which also showed cancer, have been confirmed.
For years FDA and the manufacturers have tried to prevent independent studies, and Gregory Gordon who did the original UPI Investigation once wrote an article on this. and
And the studies keep coming.
One in Greece shows neurological problems and memory loss. Bottom line Alzheimers.
Another in Liverpool shows aspartame interaction:
Actually aspartame interacts with all drugs and vaccines:
Dr. Ralph Walton's research showed 92% of all independent peer reviewed studies show the problems aspartame causes:
Now the FDA is obligated to recall aspartame and invoke the Delaney Amendment which says if a product produces cancer in animals it cannot be put in food. Their own FDA toxicologist, Dr. Adrian Gross told Congress this should have been done in the beginning.
Aspartame should never have been approved, and how Don Rumsfeld got it approved when the FDA said no is told by James Turner, Atty, in the aspartame documentary, Sweet Misery: A Poisoned World, or Barnes & Noble. Here is the clip:
My favorite quote: Teamwork is the fuel that allows common people to produce uncommon results.
One thing the aspartame manufacturers bottomless checkbook can't stop is consumer power in action. We certainly have reached critical mass with great exponentiation thanks to the great work of Mission Possible activists, and victims the world over, and the media who have helped us get the world out for years.
So many organizations have published on aspartame toxicity, and thanks also to the attorneys like James Turner, Stevan Looney and others who have helped us. We are now taking aspartame brain tumor cases for attorneys in New York and we hope this will finally remove aspartame from the marketplace. We are starting with New York and New Jersey. And, of course, our heroes - the world experts, the physicians who have provided the facts - allowing us as messengers to bring the truth to the people.
And thank you, Mark Gold, Aspartame Toxicity Center, There are many others in the fight that publish our material and help and their efforts are part of the exponentiation of aspartame toxicity awareness. This includes the webmasters who host the information to the public.
Special thanks to Ed Gunneweg, Mission Possible Holland, who has worked so hard for so many years, as well as to Christiane Martens, UN Observer, publishing in Holland and the world.
We thank Roger Williams a member of Parliament in England who has called for a ban, Stephen Fox in New Mexico and Robin Goodwin, demanding a ban in the Falkland Islands. And all Mission Possible activists lined up to demand bans in other states and countries.
This would be a happy day for Dave Rietz, Mission Possible South Carolina, who lost his life to aspartame. He created to alert the world. It will always remain as a memorial to his name. We will never forget him.
The first domino has fallen. Let's keep on working team and get this toxin off the market for it has truly poisoned the world. Stephen Fox and myself have asked that the doors of Ajinomoto, aspartame manufacturer, to be shut down as well.
Dr. Betty Martini, D.Hum, Founder Mission Possible International 9270 River Club Parkway Duluth, Georgia 30097 770 242-2599 (aspartame information list on banner)
Holland Sweetener Company To Exit From Aspartame Business
Holland Sweetener Company VoF (HSC) has today announced its decision to withdraw from the aspartame business, including Twinsweet. HSC is a 50/50 joint venture between Royal DSM N.V. (the Netherlands) and Tosoh Corporation (Japan). The company will terminate its activities at the end of 2006 and as a consequence will discontinue the production of aspartame in the fourth quarter of 2006.
The global aspartame markets are facing structural oversupply, which has caused worldwide strong price erosion over the last 5 years. This has resulted in a persistently unprofitable business position for HSC. No significant improvements are expected in the near or foreseeable future. The decision to withdraw from this business is in line with DSM's Vision 2010 - Building on Strengths strategy, in which profitable innovative growth and value creation are key objectives.
The termination of HSC's business operations will affect around 100 jobs on the site in Geleen (the Netherlands). DSM expects to be able to re-assign the majority of these people to other positions. The social plan of DSM Limburg is applicable.
DSM does not expect the decision to have a material impact on its overall corporate financial performance in 2006. In Q1 2006 DSM will - in relation to this decision- record an exceptional item of approximately EUR 10 million net.
About DSM DSM is active worldwide in nutritional and pharma ingredients, performance materials and industrial chemicals. The company creates innovative products and services that help improve the quality of life. DSM's products are used in a wide range of end markets and applications such as human and animal nutrition and health, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, automotive and transport, coatings, housing and electrics & electronics (E&E). DSM's strategy, named Vision 2010 - Building on Strengths, focuses on accelerating profitable and innovative growth of the company's specialties portfolio.
Market-driven growth, innovation and increased presence in emerging economies are key drivers of this strategy. The group has annual sales of over EUR 8 billion and employs some 22,000 people worldwide. DSM ranks among the global leaders in many of its fields. The company is headquartered in the Netherlands, with locations in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas. More information about DSM can be found at
About Holland Sweetener Company Holland Sweetener Company (HSC) is a 50/50 joint venture between DSM (the Netherlands) and Tosoh (Japan) established in 1985. A unique aspartame process was developed using technology from both parents. In 1988, the first aspartame production unit was started up in the Netherlands, with subsequent expansions making HSC the largest aspartame producer in Europe. HSC supplies customers all over the world from its plant in the Netherlands via a global network of sales offices, agents and distributors.
Twinsweet(TM) was discovered in 1995 as part of a research program to develop aspartame-based new sweetener concepts for the food and nutraceutical industries. HSC has filed several patents on the Twinsweet(TM) product, the production process and the use of the product. More information about HSC can be found at
For more information:
DSM Corporate Communications DSM Investor Relations Nelleke Barning Dries Ausems tel. +31 (0) 45 tel. +31 (0) 45 5782864 5782017 fax +31 (0) 45 5782595 fax +31 (0) 45 e-mail 5740680 e-mail



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