Brown rice sugar is not a sugar sweetener but a sweetener

By Jennifer Hoggard | November 23, 2018 03:45:16This may seem like an odd statement, but it’s not.

It’s actually a fairly common statement, especially if you’ve read the news about the latest food additives that are supposed to make food taste better.

For example, in the UK the Government announced plans to ban the use of artificial sweeteners, but for some reason they’ve been trying to keep that ban in place by claiming they’re simply a natural flavourings ingredient.

And that’s not the case.

Brown rice sugar, or BRS, is a sugar substitute used to sweeten breads, cereals, pasta and some desserts.

But according to scientists, it is not sugar sweetening at all.

And the same scientists who were saying it was sugar sweetened in the first place are now saying it is just as safe to eat as other sugar substitutes.

That means the Government can’t claim that it’s “good for you” to stop using it, and it doesn’t actually make food tastes better.

It is, however, a good way to reduce sugar intake.

The news is good news for consumers, who can no longer buy the “bitter” taste of the sugar substitute and can instead buy the sweet taste of brown rice, which is a more nutritious and nutritious substitute.

And it’s good news if you’re looking for a healthy alternative to sugar.

According to the Institute of Medicine, one serving of brown sugar is roughly the same as a teaspoon of sugar.

That means it’s easy to eat a serving of this sweetener for two or three days, and should be eaten for as long as you need to.

If you’re concerned about sugar and are a regular consumer, you should avoid this sweet substitute.