Food Processing to Debunk Ingredient Myths During Twitter Town Hall October 4

Join our digital doyenne in the Twittershpere to talk about ingredients, their myths and how well consumers are understanding manufacturers' messages.

By Erin Hallstrom Erickson, Digital Development Manager

Does carrageenan cause cancer? Are botanical ingredients regulated? How exactly does polydextrose work and what are the differences between soluble and insoluble fibers? Food Processing will be talking about these topics and more during its first ever Twitter Town Hall, taking place on October 4, from 12-1 p.m. EST.

To take part in the Twitter Town Hall -- or to just observe the conversation -- Find @FoodProcessing on Twitter and follow the hashtag #fptownhall. You can also bookmark this page and come back on October 4 to watch the conversation (Perfect for those readers whose companies aren't keen on social media sites!).

Like an in-person town hall meeting, we encourage you to voice your opinions and ask questions.

If you'd like to take part in the Twitter Town Hall, log on to your favorite Twitter tool (Twitter, HootSuite, TweetDeck, etc.); Search for or use the hashtag #fptownhall to ask (or answer)  questions about ingredient myths that are running rampant today.

Got questions? Email our digital doyenne.

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