High Fructose Corn

Some articles on high fructose corn, corn, fructose, high:

Dr. Pepper - Varieties - Flavor Variations
... it is a "re-release" of sorts of Dr Pepper's original formula, which uses real sugar instead of high fructose corn syrup, which Dr Pepper and other brands of soft drink started to use around the ... was likely a mix of cane and beet sugar as opposed to its usual high fructose corn syrup ... version of Dr Pepper, along with various other countries, is manufactured with sugar instead of high fructose corn syrup (much like Heritage Dr Pepper in the US, as mentioned above) ...
Corn Refiners Association - Commercials
... relations campaign in 2008 called “Changing the Conversation about High Fructose Corn Syrup” (HFCS) ... In more recent commercials characters state HFCS is 'made from corn, has no artificial ingredients, has the same calories as sugar and is okay to eat in moderation.' In ... Another enzyme is then used to convert varying fractions of glucose into fructose...High-fructose corn syrup just doesn't exist in nature." In April ...
Agricultural Policy - Arguments Against Market Intervention - Agricultural Independence
... This has led to market distortions, such as food processors using high fructose corn syrup as a replacement for sugar ... High fructose corn syrup may be an unhealthy food additive, and, were sugar prices not inflated by government fiat, sugar might be preferred over high fructose corn syrup in the ...
Criticism Of Coca-Cola - Health Effects - High Fructose Corn Syrup
... High fructose corn syrup was rapidly introduced in many processed foods and soda drinks in the US over the period of about 1975–1985 ... Coke has been made with high fructose corn syrup instead of sucrose to reduce costs ... reasons this has come under criticism is because the corn used to produce corn syrup often comes from genetically altered plants ...

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