HFCS education slows demand decline
When the last drop, from the last value, of the last chemical corn refinery, producing High Fructose Corn Syrup rusts close, then, and only then, will we see true arrest and reversal of health and wellness in America.
~ Uncle Russ
By Stephen Daniells, 19-Mar-2010
Nationwide programs to educate consumers about high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) appear to be working, as HFCS producers report a slowing in declining demand.
Alan Willits, head of Cargill North American corn milling, told the Reuters Food and Agriculture Summit in Chicago that: “While there has been a decline in that area, it does feel like it is starting to slow down,” according to a report on Reuters.
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