Their "facts" are laughable of something that's so widespread and that they're trying to endorse.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration granted high fructose corn syrup "Generally Recognized as Safe" status for use in food, and reaffirmed that ruling in 1996 after thorough review.
OH THAT MAKES ME FEEL GOOD. Recognized as safe... ya know... for the most part.
High fructose corn syrup offers numerous benefits. It keeps food fresh, enhances fruit and spice flavors, retains moisture in bran cereals, helps keep breakfast and energy bars moist, maintains consistent flavors in beverages and keeps ingredients evenly dispersed in condiments.
So their main pitch is it keeps cereal moist. That's what adding milk is for, fellas.
Also, I'm down for shaking my condiments if they're healthier.