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2013-07-15 23:20:06

The global market for sugar and other sweeteners was nearly $99.1 billion in 2011 and dropped significantly in 2012 to about $77.5 billion. The market is expected to rise at a CAGR of 4.6% and reach nearly $97.2 billion by 2017. Wellesley, MA (PRWEB) July 15, 2013 Sugar is a large commodity market and a very mature one. In the global sweeteners market, sugar claims the dominant share. In terms of consumption, the global sugar market has shown continuous increases, since sugar is a...

Global Obesity Epidemic Due To Love Affair With Junk Food
2013-05-22 16:15:12

Peter Suciu for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online The world is apparently filled with “junk food junkies.” Those are the findings of new research presented today that suggests high-fructose corn syrup could cause behavioral reactions in rats. These reactions are reportedly similar to those produced by drugs of abuse such as cocaine, and could help explain, at least partly, the current global obesity epidemic. The results were presented at the 2013 Canadian...

2013-05-09 23:32:40

Steviva Brands getting kids to drink their milk with new flavored-milk recipes using Fructevia stevia sweetener. Portland, OR (PRWEB) May 09, 2013 In response to the growing discussions surrounding chocolate milk and childhood nutrition, Steviva Brands, Inc. has developed flavored-milk recipes using Fructevia, a blend of natural fructose, inulin stevia and magnesium carbonate, as a direct, an all-natural replacement for sugar and artificial sweeteners. Containing no GMOs, gluten or...


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