Serves the corn syrup (now renamed corn sugar) lobby right.
Some scientists and food
experts, including the well-regarded sustainable food advocate Marion Nestle, have argued that high fructose corn syrup is really no worse, nutritionally speaking, than traditional refined table sugar, which is certainly
no health food.
But mounting evidence suggests that subtle chemical differences between the two sweetners might cause HFCS to affect
the body differently than regular sugar, in potentially harmful ways.