Pepsi’s New Colas Try to Lure Millennials and Hipsters

Pepsi’s New Colas Try to Lure Millennials and Hipsters

Soft drinks sales have been on a decline in the US for the last 10 years, and that’s good news for America’s health. It’s bad news for beverage manufacturers, who are scrambling to adapt to a world of smarter consumers, … Continue reading

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Is Evaporated Cane Juice Healthier than Sugar?

Is Evaporated Cane Juice Healthier than Sugar?

Sugar is bad for you, and seeing it listed in a product’s ingredient’s list is a serious turn-off. That’s why food manufacturers like to use “healthier” ingredients, for example evaporated cane juice. It sounds much healthier than table sugar, but … Continue reading

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Why High Fructose Corn Syrup is Still a Darling of Food Manufacturers

Why High Fructose Corn Syrup is Still a Darling of Food Manufacturers

High Fructose Corn Syrup is considered one of the biggest villains of health minded consumers. Nutrition-focused parents will go out of their way to buy products sans HFCS. Here at Fooducate, we bear no positive sentiment for this wunderkind of … Continue reading

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How VitaminWater XXX Uses its Ingredient List to Market Health

How VitaminWater XXX Uses its Ingredient List to Market Health

Ever enterprising beverage marketers will persuade normally rational people to buy colored sugar water for personal consumption, convincing them that said liquid is gloriously rich in health benefits and in some cases also uber-hip. Vitamin Water XXX is a classic … Continue reading

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vio Vibrancy Drink – Milk, Sparkling Water and Heaps of Sugar [Inside the Label + Taste Test]

vio Vibrancy Drink – Milk, Sparkling Water and Heaps of Sugar [Inside the Label + Taste Test]

Does the world really need another soft drink? And a carbonated dairy drink with 7 teaspoons worth of sugar at that? The Coca Cola Company seems to think YES, and is rolling out vio – “the world’s first vibrancy drink” … Continue reading

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How Pure is your Honey?

How Pure is your Honey?

Image via Wikipedia This week Florida became the first state to define “Pure Honey” in the letter of the law: Under terms of the new regulation, honey containing anything other than the ”natural food product resulting from the harvest of … Continue reading

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