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March 6, 2021

“The DGAs have significant impact on U.S. food and agriculture, as they are the cornerstone of federal nutrition policy, including programs like school lunch, and swerve as authoritative dietary advice to the American public. Given their importance, it is critical they be derived using an objective and transparent approach to evaluate the strongest science. Yet, this has not been the case for all the DGA recommendations over the course of their 40-year history…” writes Dr. Courtney Gaine, President and CEO of the Sugar Association.

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