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Chocolate Cold Fudge

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High fructose corn syrup, condensed nonfat milk, partially hydrogenated coconut oil, fructose, water, cocoa (processed with alkali) and cocoa, algin, salt, mono and diglycerides, potassium sorbate (a preservative), dextrin, sodium phosphate, disodium phosphate, soy lecithin and artificial and natural flavors.

High Fructose Corn Syrup: We’ve been hearing about this demon a lot lately. This is corn syrup that has been processed so that some of its glucose molecules are converted into frucotse molecules. This is done in order to acheive a sweeter product. HFCS is used in many processed food products and has even replaced sucrose (regular sugar) as the primary sweetener in the US food industry. This stuff is way cheaper to produce, is sweeter than sugar, and mixes better into various foods such as soft drinks. It has been attributed to obesity, diabetes, heart disease, as well as other health conditions. Furthermore, it is being produced from GMO corn crops.

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