Blog entry | Apr 27 2016

With the constant chatter about sugars, there are probably at least a few things you’re unsure of and would like more information about.  If so, this infographic, "4 Things You May Be Wondering Abo

Blog entry | Apr 25 2016

It can be extremely difficult to determine if the latest trending news story is reporting accurate or credible scientific information—seriously, who has time for that?

Blog entry | Feb 29 2016

There’s been some recent hoopla about beverages. Some coffee shops have come under fire for “hiding” sugar in their lattes, teas and hot chocolates.

Blog entry | Jan 05 2016

This week, headlines were terrifying.

Blog entry | Oct 27 2015

We’ve talked about the issue with ‘single study syndrome’- promoting the results of a single study without including the c

Blog entry | Oct 27 2015

Good news: contrary to scary news masquerading itself as fact, there is room for sugar in a healthful diet!

Blog entry | Aug 11 2015

Picture this: You and your family are attending a celebration such as a child’s birthday party, a graduation or a holiday event.

Blog entry | Jul 01 2015

The latest headlines could definitely make us panic about having the occasional soda.

Blog entry | May 04 2015

Myth: Fructose is worse for you than table sugar.

Blog entry | Aug 19 2014

The following article was published originally in the August/September 2014 issue of Sugar Producer magazine (click here to view,

Blog entry | Aug 15 2014

Sugar. How did this simple carbohydrate become a substance that generates such complex conversations and polarizing opinions?

Press Release | Aug 01 2014

(Washington, D.C. August 1, 2014) − The International Food Information Council (IFIC) Foundation today shared consumer attitudinal research and insights to the U.S.

Article | Aug 01 2014

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