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IFT 2012: Day three in pictures. From high oleic soy to 'toxic' sugar...

By Elaine Watson , 29-Jun-2012
Last updated on 29-Jun-2012 at 07:47 GMT2012-06-29T07:47:41Z

Sleep deprived but indefatigable, the FoodNavigator-USA team powered through day three of the IFT show in Las Vegas, meeting experts on sugar metabolism, natural colors, high oleic cooking oils, immune health ingredients, sodium reduction solutions and flavor trends.

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