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UPDATE: FDA Says No To “Corn Sugar”

On May 30th, the Food and Drug Administration issued a ruling denying the Corn Refiners Association’s (CRA) September 14, 2010 petition to authorize the use of “corn sugar” as an alternate optional name for high fructose corn syrup (HCFS).  The

Posted in Labeling Claims, Sugar Substitutes

Sugar Substitutes: Trade Groups, Member Companies Litigate The Right To Call Themselves Sweet As Sugar By Any Other Name

THE SCOOP American food producers never seem to sour when it comes to pursuing consumer market share.  The United States is the world’s largest consumer and manufacturer in the market for high-fructose corn syrup.  Recently, consumers, and therefore U.S. food

Posted in False Advertising, Labeling Claims, Sugar Substitutes
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