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A July 2011 survey showed more than 30 percent of consumers said they were trying to avoid sugars, while fewer than 2 percent specifically named HFCS.
Pre-existing use of the term, allergy concerns behind the decision.
Four members of Corn Refiners Association sue over 2011 sugar campaign.
Goal is to eliminate manufacturer and consumer confusion about high fructose corn syrup name.
According to trend-reporter Mintel, consumers 'sweet on HFCS disclosure, but soured by imposed limitations.'
Electronic tool allows interested parties to compare the cost of HFCS 42 or HFCS 55 to beet sugar.
High Fructose Corn Syrup wins in court and the American Medical Association
Want the agency to speed up review of high-fructose corn syrup name change.
Sugar refiners group files suit challenging name change for high fructose corn syrup.
Research firm Mintel predicts consumer packaged goods trends set to make an impact in 2011.