Sugar is a four year old toy poodle who is seven pounds and full of love.
A not-so-sweet battle is heading into a local courtroom Wednesday. The manufacturers of high fructose corn sugar (HFCS) are trying to dodge a lawsuit filed by the cane and beet “real sugar” growers.
A company headquartered in Culver City has released the first zero-calorie soda sweetened entirely by stevia, a natural plant-based product.
A judge will decide whether the campaign by corn refiners equating high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) with sugar is misleading to consumers.
Chocolate milk has long been seen as the spoonful of sugar that makes the medicine go down, but the nation’s childhood obesity epidemic has a growing number of people wondering whether that’s wise.