This is a very annoying subject to me. First of all, if any of you ever read the ingredients on what you buy you will know that almost everything contains it. Even your 100% whole wheat flour bread (it is the 3rd ingredient!). It is also in light miracle whip, light yoplait yogurt, ketchup, many cereals....even bran flakes and rice krispies, which are not sweet to me at all! Here is a little bit of info: This sweetner is metabolized differently from other forms of sugar, and some studies suggest that its effect on your insulin levels actually prompts you to eat again sooner. It also tastes sweeter than other forms of sugar, which may condition us to want even sweeter foods! This is my complaint...we try to eat healthy and avoid trans fat and processed food and high frutose corn syrup....but when even whole wheat bread adds it in how can we possibly avoid it!! SOOOOO annoying!! I guess I will just need to make homemade wheat bread if I want to avoid it. I have checked almost every type of whole wheat bread, and the only kind I have found that doesn't have any hfcs is this sugar free kind, which was pretty good. I found it at Wal mart, but now it isn't there anymore. But what about yogurt...does the plain kind have any hfcs? I am just mad at the food industry and especially because they make the healthier foods more expensive! How do they ever expect the obesity rate to drop. That is why there are so many unhealthy people in the world. It is easier and cheaper for people to eat processed foods than to make homemade healthy meals. I also read an article today that said you can eat real sugar-in moderation and still lose weight. Instead of using artificial sweetner, which can be 200 to 700 times as sweet as natural sugar, and consuming these may interfere with your ability to judge natural sweetness. So, maybe instead of using an sugar packet on my cereal, I should use 1 tsp of sugar??? Does anyone have any thoughts on this?