USA: Noone 'Caved In,' Sugar Guidelines Adhere to Science
In a statement issued today by The Sugar Association, Dr. Richard Keelor, President and Chief Executive Officer, responded to reports that pressure exerted by the food and beverage industry influenced the final federal dietary guideline on sugar. "By rejecting the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee's recommendation to limit sugar and retain the 1995 'moderate' recommendation, the government simply adhered to the preponderance of science and Public Law 101," Keelor said.
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