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Low GI Sugar hits the market

March 16, 2009

Published by  ABC News The world’s first low glycemic index sugar has been launched by the Federal Government. Over the last three years, Melbourne company Horizon Science has worked with the Mossman Sugar Mill > Read more

Low-GI sugar patently better

Published in SUGAR is generally not good for you, but an Australian innovation means it is about to become not so bad. The world’s first “low GI” sugar is to be launched today , > Read more

Low GI sugar to provide manufacturers with healthier alternative

March 6, 2009

Published by Australian Food News Two Australian companies are hopeful that today’s launch of a new form of sugar will boost the sugar industry and offer a healthier option to manufacturers and consumers. The > Read more

New ingredient innovation – low GI sugar

February 2, 2009

  Over three years ago, food and biotechnology scientists Dr Barry Kitchen FAIFST and Dr David Kannar met with the management and Board of the Mossman Central Mill in Far North Queensland. They were > Read more

All white sugar isn’t right for good health

January 28, 2009

Wendy Zukerman | January 28, 2009 FROM our earliest history, we have tried to refine the foods that we eat. But while people might want white, processed, perfect-looking sugar, Richard Weisinger of La Trobe > Read more