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The saccharin. This sugar substitute was discovered in 1879 by Constantin Fahlberg and Ira Remsen, in a laboratory at Johns Hopkins University. But at that time, weight loss programs were not in vogue and so saccharin came into use only when World War I imposed rations on basic necessities such as sugar, and people found themselves without alternatives. The same thing happened in World War II. But this time the product was destined to remain on the shelves: in 1950 the entrepreneur Ben Eisenstadt and his son Marvin, after inventing the sugar sachets, experimented with a combination of saccharin and dextrose in sachets to propose

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