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FNCE in pictures: Misunderstood HFCS, DNA diets, soda consumption myths and tackling prediabetes

By Elaine Watson , 15-Oct-2012

Mythbusting was a key theme at the Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo (FNCE) in Philadelphia, with a parade of experts wheeled out to tackle misconceptions about everything from low calorie sweeteners and obesity, to kids' soda consumption, high fructose corn syrup and the merits of frozen vs fresh foods.

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NOSB considers carrageenan, non-organic materials in organic products

Carrageenan and other non-organic materials in organic products considered by NOSB

Stakeholders in the organic community, including handlers, farmers, scientists and advocates joined on Capitol Hill in late...

Region by Region: What are the top 10 selling ice creams in the world?

Region by Region: What are the top 10 selling ice creams in the world?

Magnum, Cornetto, Häagen-Dazs, Ben & Jerry’s… the ice-cream and frozen dessert market is full of well-known brands,...

The top picks from the education sessions at the Healthy & Natural Show

The top picks from the education sessions at the Healthy & Natural Show

The inaugural Healthy & Natural Show kicks off on Thursday, May 5 with a top quality education...

Friday taste test: Ripple plant-based ‘milk’

Friday taste test: Ripple plant-based ‘milk’

Ripple is a new plant-based ‘milk’ made with yellow pea protein that promises to blow dairy milk...

Earth-friendly strategies help capture consumers’ attention

Earth-friendly strategies help capture consumers’ attention

Environmentally friendly practices can do more than help the Earth – they can also help product sales...

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