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To recall, soft drink manufacturers earlier scrambled to dispose their HFCS, which they earlier used as a cheaper alternative to sugar to avoid the higher tax newly imposed on sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) under the Package 1 of the TRAIN Law.
Coca-Cola requested to reclassify their remaining HFCS for export, which means it is shipping out the HFCS and will no longer use it for domestic production.
Pepsi Cola also rerouted its HFCS orders to Pepsi Cola - Vietnam.
Further, by phasing out HFCs and shifting to cleaner alternatives, scientists believe we could avoid half-a-degree Celsius of warming by the end of the century.
Further, unlike their larger counterparts, the non-housing loan books of small HFCs largely consist of loans against property (LAP), which accounted for 25 percent of the total loan book as on March 31 compared with 14 percent for all HFCs.
He also shared the future plans of the Ministry of Climate Change in meeting the phase down of HFCs under Kigali amendment.
According to the National Resources Defense Council (NRDC), HFCs could add up to 0.
More than 150 nations reached agreement to ban HFCs, a greenhouse gas in cheap air conditioners which have long marked transition to middle class in India
HFCs are currently one of the world's fastest growing greenhouse gases, and, though their atmospheric concentration is far less than carbon dioxide's, they pack a much greater warming punch.
Much HFCS contains about 45% glucose and 55% fructose.
After acclimation for 1 week, the rats were randomly divided into three groups (six rats in each group): control; HFCS (30%, 6 weeks with drinking water), and HFCS (30%, 6 weeks with drinking water) + CAPE (50 micromol/kg, i.
The differences held up after the researchers accounted for the slight weight gain in the group that got the highest dose of HFCS.
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