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FoodFacts.com listens to a lot of consumers say things like “I don’t drink that much soda, maybe I have one every day.” There’s been a lot of debate recently surrounding the consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages. The attempt by the New … Continue reading

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FoodFacts.com has found some positive information for the moderate consumption of caffeine during the past year. At the same time, we’ve kept our community up-to-date on its negative effects as well – especially when it comes to energy drinks and … Continue reading

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FoodFacts.com does our best to stay on top of the news regarding the obesity epidemic that’s become such a concern – not only for our own country, but countries around the world. Every new research study that’s published that brings … Continue reading

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FoodFacts.com is always a big fan of information pointing to foods as possible treatments for serious disease. Natural treatments for chronic, sometimes deadly conditions could help millions of people worldwide and save them from traditional, often painful and debilitating treatments … Continue reading

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Most of us here at FoodFacts.com love biting into a big, juicy apple, or peeling an orange and enjoying the whole fruit – the same holds true for pears, and bananas. It really hadn’t occurred to us that there might … Continue reading

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FoodFacts.com stays as up-to-date as possible regarding the issues that we face in our food supply. Whether it’s product recalls, toxic heavy metals, or any other contaminant, we want to make sure that our community is well-informed about any of … Continue reading

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FoodFacts.com has a question for our community … can you tell us what Partially Hydrogenated Oils, Artificial Flavors, Natural Flavors, Caramel Color, Sorbitol, Carrageenan and GMO ingredients have in common with Samoas, Tagalongs, Thin Mints, Do-Si-Dos and Dulce De Leches? … Continue reading

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A few months back, FoodFacts.com reported on the concerns surrounding arsenic levels in our rice. As if that wasn’t concerning enough, today we came across new information that we wanted to make sure to share with our community. We can … Continue reading

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One of FoodFacts.com’s most important missions is to educate consumers about the controversial ingredients found in our food products. There are so many food additives that aren’t good for our bodies and that have actually been linked to a myriad … Continue reading

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FoodFacts.com consistently adds organic food products to our database. There are so many reasons for consumers to consider organic alternatives to common food products … organics generally don’t contain controversial ingredients or genetically modified ingredients. In addition, many organic products … Continue reading

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