Anti-HFCS marketing 'scam' needs to end

April 2012
Western Farm Press Exclusive Insight;4/ 9/2012, p4
The article reports on the call made by the National Corn Growers Association (NCGA) to stop marketing products as not containing high fructose corn syrup (HCFS). The implication that corn sugar is unnatural or unhealthy is seen as an offense to U.S. consumers that grow corn as well. A letter was sent by the NCGA which highlights the nutritional equivalent of HCFS with sucrose.


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