All-regular sugar is an imperative part of a solid eating routine and way of life. The mission of the Sugar Association is to advance the utilization of sugar through sound experimental standards while keeping up a comprehension of the advantages that sugar adds to the nature of wholesome sustenances and refreshments.
The Sugar Association, established by individuals from the U.S. sugar industry, started in 1943 as the Sugar Research Foundation, committed to the experimental investigation of sugar's part in sustenance and correspondence of that part to people in general. In 1947, the Association accepted its present name. At first, the Association had two divisions: Sugar Information, Inc. concentrated on state funded instruction and correspondence; the Sugar Research Foundation created and bolstered fundamental and connected experimental examination. The Research Foundation turned into the World Sugar Research Organization, Ltd., in 1968. The Sugar Association proceeds with its main goal of teaching wellbeing experts, media, government authorities and the general population about sugar's decency.Read More»