If you live in the US, you're a lot more exposed to it than you think. Don't think I'm a huge advocate against it because it's just impossible to avoid it 100%. I do eat foods and snacks that have it, but I keep a close monitor of how much I ingest which isn't much. Every once in awhile, I gotta have a Reese PB Cup or something.
I've joined the facebook group (The Ban against HCFS in the US) because it it's very informative and reminds me of the dangers of it (if it's constantly consumed). Although I do believe that it's up to each and every person themselves to monitor their intake, there's just too many products in the US that contain this ingredient.
Today, they post a link and I'm a little crushed after I read it. I'm posting a different one just because it has a link on their to subway's own site for reference purposes. Subway Bread has More High Fructose Corn Syrup Than Whole Grains
I love subway, too
When Pepsi released its Throwback Mountain Dew, I bought 17 x 12pk 12oz cans. That stuff just tastes better with real sugar than with HFCS.