More Grocery Shoppers Concerned About Added Sugar Than High Fructose Corn Syrup
A recent study conducted by Mintel Research Consultancy revealed how primary household shoppers feel about high fructose corn syrup (HFCS), in relation to other sugars and sweeteners. The research, conducted in April 2011 and consisting of 30 questions, surveyed a sample of 2,005 primary household grocery shoppers.
In reading package labels for information, a quarter of respondents indicated that they were looking for "sugar or added sugar." By contrast, only 3 percent indicated that they were looking for HFCS. In the same question, 38 percent of consumers read labels for fats and oils, and 37 percent read for calories. Corn Naturally – Read more…