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Foodfacts.com understands that many consumers may often be fooled by certain terms, symbols, or words present on food packaging. This article should help to clarify any confusion regarding your foods and how the impact your health! 1. Flavored Both natural … Continue reading
Foodfacts.com works to find all the latest news and research pertaining to the food we eat, and water we drink. We just recently came across this article which we think many of you would be interested in, regarding a recent … Continue reading
Artificial Sweeteners A major topic among Foodfacts.com readers and foodies alike are the amounts of artificial sweeteners in processed foods, and their possibly damaging properties. Diet sodas, juices, breakfast foods, and thousands of other products contain aspartame, sucralose, saccharin, neotame, … Continue reading
In the early nineteenth century the average American consumed about 12 pounds of sugar a year. Today, some experts estimate that it’s more than 150 pounds, in the form of sugar and other sweeteners. By contrast, the human body needs … Continue reading
Foodfacts.com is aware that many food consumers are seeking new options with sweeteners. In this regard, Stevia has received a lot of publicity recently and it’s worth taking another look.
One of our Foodfacts.com Blog editors was curious this 4th of July weekend and started re-examining food products at a barbecue. The result? It was surprising just how many diverse food products continue to include High Fructose Corn Syrup as … Continue reading
Stevia is being touted as a safe and natural sweetener that is an alternative to artificial sweeteners. It is attracting a lot of interest. But just because it’s natural, does that make it safe?