History of HCFC

That is in fact some corn

Yep, that’s some corn.

A brief history of high fructose corn syrup

What is High Fructose Corn Syrup?

HFCS is a liquid fructose-glucose sweetener made from corn that is commonly substituted for sugar in processed foods. It was introduced in the US food supply in 1970 due to escalating cane and beet sugar costs. Those costs have remained high because of US tariffs on sugar and corn farming subsidies, which has made HFCS cheaper to use than traditional sugars.

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