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Bakers injured by U.S. sugar growers’ claim, says IBA

According to the Independent Bakers Association, American sugar subsidized by the U.S. government costs U.S. bakers and consumers billions of dollars.


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ABA comments on Mexican sugar exports

The American Bakers Association (ABA) urges the U.S. government to resist ‘managed trade’ over Mexican sugar.
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Just the facts; only the facts

By now, you’ve heard about the proposed updates of the Nutrition Facts labels on food packages. 


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Creating cannoli

From humble beginnings 40+ years ago in a small bakery near Boston to a 30,000-sq.-ft. plant today in Chelsea, Mass., outfitted with four production lines, Golden Cannoli Shells Inc. now generates more than 100,000 cannoli shells each day. The more spacious plant is also allowing the bakery to significantly increase its capacity.


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ABA’s sweet on sugar reform vote but disappointed in outcome

American Bakers Association (ABA) president and CEO Robb MacKie expresses disappointment that the Senate voted against reforming the current U.S. sugar program ‘instead of passing a measure that could have saved bakers and consumers more than $3.5 billion a year in higher sugar costs.’


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California Growers Work to Eliminate Added Sugar from America’s Diets

Every day, we open our newspapers, trade publications, health journals and other forms of electronic communications. And every day, there is at least one story that lays the blame for America’s obesity and Type 2 diabetes epidemic on the demon: Sugar. But not all sugars are being blamed; it’s the added sugar that gets placed into foods unbeknownst to the average consumer who is not reading their food labels.
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ABA urges Senate to add more jobs supporting sugar reform

Last week, the American Bakers Association (ABA) urged the U.S. Senate to vote in favor of an amendment to the Agriculture Food, Farm and Jobs Act, or the Senate Farm Bill, reforming the current U.S. sugar program.


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USDA says Sugar Prices May Stay High in 2012

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) says sugar prices will likely remain high due to external factors such as government policies, oil prices and instability in the Eurozone.
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