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Low-calorie food makers ask FDA to not list allulose as 'sugar' on revised label

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While FDA is still deciding how to treat allulose, a low-calorie sugar substitute, on the new Nutrition Facts panel, the agency has received yet another call from industry requesting that the substance not be labeled as “sugar” or “added sugar.”

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