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Nestlé Creates A New Sugar: Use Less, Get The Same Taste

For years, food and beverage companies like Pepsi Co. have tweaked their use of sugar and sweetener substitutes to find just the right mixture that aligns with consumers’ tastes and perception of a healthy lifestyle. 245 more words

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Sweet Recipe for the Holidays #SweetLeaf



Reduce or eliminate hidden and added sugars with SweetLeaf Stevia

Replacing sugar with SweetLeaf® Stevia Sweetener in holiday food preparation can reduce or eliminate added or hidden dietary sugars in a delicious way. 655 more words

Health & Fitness

Review - Truvia

Truvia is a calorie-free sweetener from the stevia leaf, when I was first contacted by Truvia I had no idea what the stevia plant was so I had to some investigating… 192 more words

Review: BaliNutra Coconut Syrup

I was sent this coconut syrup by Bali Nutra for free for a review.

This syrup is just delicious and I just love using it. First I’ll say that it was sent in a lovely secure packaging that looked a bit like an airbed! 636 more words

Food Kitchen & Baking

Splenda Goes To War With Dunkin' Donuts Over Lookalike Sweetener

You won’t find little, pale-yellow packets of Splenda at Dunkin’ Donuts, but you will find little pale-yellow packets of a knockoff version of the sweetener. Heartland Consumer Products, the company behind Splenda, is taking Dunkin’ to court, claiming the coffee-and-donut chain is misleading consumers into thinking they are getting the real Splenda when it’s just a knockoff. 392 more words

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Sweet Beverages

The sweetened beverage industry may sugarcoat science to downplay obesity, diabetes link: report

The sugar industry got more than its money’s worth by funding studies that misled the public about how the sweetener affects your health. 508 more words


Yearly Food Planning for Your Family

Planning a year’s supply of food for each member of your family can seem a daunting task.  Want to grow a large garden, have an orchard and vineyard, grow your own crops, and produce your own oil and sugar?  387 more words