Smucker's Uncrustables updated its full sandwich line by replacing high fructose corn syrup with sugar
May 31, 2017
The reformulated Smucker's Uncrustables sandwiches have also been certified non-GMO and NSF Non-GMO True North™ by NSF International. NSF International provides third-party certification for non-GMO products.
The sweetener industry continues to evolve more by consumption than invention. Just as sugar was transformed from a luxury item to a standard on the American table, and then made huge inroads into processed foods, new high-intensity sweeteners are carving out solid ground in the sweetener tool chest.
The change has been fully implemented and includes all pizza ingredients, pizza toppings, dessert items, and sauce selections
April 26, 2016
Papa John’s announced that it will remove high fructose corn syrup from its entire food menu. The change has been fully implemented and includes all pizza ingredients, pizza toppings, dessert items, and sauce selections.
Hershey is looking at replacing the high-fructose corn syrup in some of its products with sugar.
Will Papa, chief research and development officer at The Hershey Co., told The Associated Press the company uses a mix of sugar and high-fructose corn syrup in its products but that it is "moving more toward sugar."
"We take into account what consumers want. And consumers are telling us between the two, they prefer sugar," Papa said.
Ralston Foods Foodservice has prepared four snack mixes for on-the-go foodservice sales. Varieties include Traditional, Cheddar, Sweet & Salty Honey Nut and Ultimately Bold. Each variety comes packaged in an 8.75oz bag.
Cereal and snack bars may have seen sales growth ebb and flow in recent years, but the segment has enjoyed significant new product development. Weight management, allergen concerns, and overall health and wellness have been at the forefront of efforts.