CONSUMERS WHO SCOUR food labels may have a hard time finding high fructose corn syrup, and not just because manufacturers are moving away from the ingredient. If all goes according to the Corn Refiners Association's plan, food makers would have the option of using the replacement term “corn sugar” on products sold in the U.S. In September, the Washington-based group, which represents the U.S. corn refining industry, applied to the Food and Drug Administration for permission to use the term ...

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