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see chlorofluorocarbonschlorofluorocarbons
(CFCs), organic compounds that contain carbon, chlorine, and fluorine atoms. CFCs are highly effective refrigerants that were developed in response to the pressing need to eliminate toxic and flammable substances, such as sulfur dioxide and ammonia, in
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They found that mice lacking either of these genes did not develop larger tumors, unlike APC-model mice, when fed the same modest amounts of high-fructose corn syrup.
Stella Artois Cider and Busch Light both use corn syrup and other Anheuser-Busch drinks use high-fructose corn syrup, though those aren't named.
Tops has removed artificial sweeteners, colors and flavors from its private label offerings, and the products no longer contain high-fructose corn syrup. The Tops Brands products also received new packaging that more prominently displays the Tops name.
"We know that they don't feel good about high-fructose corn syrup so we're giving them what they're looking for instead," she said.
Lopez pointed out that, indeed, high-fructose corn syrup is loaded with fructose sugars and, therefore, can raise blood sugar levels.
The sodas would be sweetened sugar and stevia, rather than the artificial sweeteners used in traditional diet sodas or the high-fructose corn syrup used in most regular soda.
According to the manufacturer, there is no high-fructose corn syrup in the entire line, and the fruit toppings have half the sugar of the leading competitors, with no added flavors.
7UP Cherry Antioxidant contains water, high-fructose corn syrup, citric acid, potassium benzoate, and the controversial dye Red 40.
Unless labeled as organic, cereals probably include GM ingredients, primarily high-fructose corn syrup and other corn products, soy and milk proteins.
The substitution of high-fructose corn syrup for cane sugar is a pattern that became common in the food industry in the decades that followed Hitchcock's landmark film.
The sugar, which is found predominantly in fruit, honey and high-fructose corn syrup, tickles taste cells found on the pancreas.
In one corner stands the corn lobby, desperate to repackage high-fructose corn syrup (or HFCS) after having been stung by persistent criticisms that the product is fueling America's obesity epidemic.

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