Pierce Hollingsworth

The artificial sweetener market continues to expand, with more approved products and stiffer competition.

"Doctors say having one regular soda is like enjoying liquid candy,” intones Dina Bair, Medical Watch reporter for Chicago’s WGN-TV. “In fact, it’s the same as a bag of M&M’s. The problem is on average most people have three sodas a day. That’s three bags of candy. At 250 calories a bag, that means 750 calories. . . .” But that’s just the tip of the iceberg, Bair says, the perils of pop a…

Sugar Replacers Expand Product Horizons

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