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HealthBites: More HFCS Facts
The anti-sugar forces turn their attention from HFCS to fructose, even at the expense of fruit consumption.
HFCS – or call it corn sugar – is as sweet as sugar because it is sugar.
Calories from HFCS and added sugars are just one-tenth of the total calorie increase since 1975, so clearly are not the primary cause of obesity.
Empty calories, yes, but demon, no; the truth and friction behind high-fructose corn syrup.
On obesity, food safety, 'questionable' ingredients, the industry can do a better job of tactfully defending itself; the key is transparency.
Corn Refiners Association fights an urban legend that high-fructose corn syrup causes obesity.
Food Processing readers respond to our May cover story, The Food Industry Fights Back
Will stevia live up to its promise to consumers?
High-fructose corn syrup is not bad for you – not that it matters.