It all began when our parents were diagnosed with Diabetes. We were appalled at what was being passed off as "diabetic-safe" foods, especially in the snack category. We discovered that sugar is often disguised on labels ‚ ¶ Imitation sugar substitutes are used as sweetening agents. Sugar is frequently added in other forms such as fruit juice concentrates, honey (which when heated and processed for use in manufacturing, essentially becomes sugar syrup), and the most infamous of all, "high fructose corn syrup." (HFCS).