When waiting in line with fellow knuckle draggers at Aldi to pay for your cheap cycle gear, on no account look at a twin pack of these by the till: and think "hmmmm - two small packs of mints, they would be nice to scoff in the car". Don't add them to your pile of shirts. Just walk away and leave them be. I didn't spot the sugarfree logo and have now experienced the effects of sucralose on my intestinal tract for the first time. It was not a pleasant experience. Not at all. I looked up the side effects of sucralose and all I can say is that, at least on my particular digestive flora, they are severely understated and rather fast acting. To make it worse, the mints are a twin pack. While eating half of the second pack some time later, somewhat mystified by my earlier experience, I looked at the label and light dawned, but too late. Half a pack turned out to be easily enough for a repeat performance. John  I may be hasty in blaming sucralose as it is a secondary sweetener in these mints. Looking at the ingredients, the main one is isomalt, which has the same side effects.