New Guide Puts Unfamiliar Ingredient Names in Consumer-Friendly Terms – Download Guide Here

by Gretchen Goetz | Sep 13, 2012 Food ingredients such as butylated hydroxyanisol, acesulfame potassium or methyl salicylate may sound scary, but the only thing threatening about them is their name, according to a new guide from the International Food Information Council which explains the names and purposes of common additives in order to make … Continue reading New Guide Puts Unfamiliar Ingredient Names in Consumer-Friendly Terms – Download Guide Here