One in 50 New Products Now Claims ‘No HFCS’

One in 50 New Products Now Claims ‘No HFCS’

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Faith Durand
May 12, 2011

In today's food news, via our friends at Food News Journal: High fructose corn syrup is left out of new food products. Plus, a hunt for gourmet "big-butt ants," and demand for corn falls.

Read on for more news of the day via Food News Journal.

Casual cooks take the plunge into "sous-vide" - Denver Post
One third of world's food is wasted, says UN study - BBC
In northern Colombia, a hunt for gourmet big-butt ants - Global Post
Selfridges removes 70 endangered fish varieties - BBC
Demand for corn falls, could slow food inflation - AP
BU researchers add sugar to infection-fighting recipe - Boston Herald
One in 50 new products now claims 'No HFCS' - Food Navigator
Girl Scouts Censor Criticism of Cookies' Ties to Big Food - Huff Post
Weighing In on Kitchen Scales - Slate
Tandoor Oven Brings India's Heat to Backyard - New York Times

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