One in 50 New Products Now Claims ‘No HFCS’

One in 50 New Products Now Claims ‘No HFCS’

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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