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November/December 2020

“Holiday baking is a longstanding tradition for many families with pie taking center stage. Whether you’re a baker or a consumer (and the world needs both), no one can argue with the fact that real sugar is essential to delicious, quality baked treats. The period between Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day is the most active time of year for baking, with 73% of Americans more excited about baking over the holidays than other times of year. Retail sugar sales also increase by about 50% during this time period.”

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Home Baking Association Reelects Courtney Gaine as President

December 11, 2020

December 3, 2020 Courtney Gaine, PhD, president and chief executive officer of The Sugar Association, was reelected president of the Home Baking Association at a virtual annual membership meeting held in November. The association reached 7.25 million educators and bakers in the past year, Dr. Gaine said. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, this year the […]

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Sweetener safety in spotlight after study links stevia to gut microbial imbalance

December 9, 2020

December 9, 2020 “Dr. Courtney Gaine, president and CEO of the Sugar Association, asserts that this study highlights a significant issue that needs to be addressed by the industry: sugar replacement. “The use of artificial and low- and no-calorie sweeteners in food and beverages has surged more than 300 percent in the last five years,” […]

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Consumers Urge Comprehensive Artificial Sweetener Labeling Reform

November 20, 2020

November 20, 2020 “The Sugar Association’s Citizen Petition to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) has garnered the support of more than 1,500 consumers across the United States. “Consumers deserve greater transparency around alternative sweeteners in their food,” said Courtney Gaine, PhD, RD, president and CEO of the Sugar Association.  “The broad public support generated to […]

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