Correction to: Nature Food, published online 29 April 2020.

In the version of this Comment originally published, the competing interests statement incorrectly stated “The authors declare no competing interests.”, but the statement should have read as below; all versions of the Comment have been amended.

M.G. reports fees from Nestle, Mondelez, Cereal Partners Worldwide and from CAOBISCO, Europe. He receives an honorarium for work as academic editor from the American Society for Nutrition. J.D. reports personal fees from service on scientific advisory boards on topics outside of the submitted work on McCormick Spice, the Mushroom Council, Motif Foodworks, Conagra Foods (until 2018), Gerber/Nestle (until 2019) and Bay State Milling (until 2015), as editor of Nutrition Today, and from stock in several food and drug companies. She is a non-paid advisor to 2 technical committees at ILSI North America. D.A. has received personal payments or promises for same from: American Society for Nutrition; Biofortis; Frontiers Publishing; IKEA; Indiana University; Laura and John Arnold Foundation; Law Offices of Ronald Marron; MD Anderson Cancer Center; National Academy of Sciences; National Institutes of Health (NIH); Nestlé; Paul Hastings, LLP; Texas A&M University; The Obesity Society; Tomasik, Kotin & Kasserman LLC; University of Miami. He receives editorial honoraria from the American Society for Nutrition and the Obesity Society. Donations to a foundation have been made on his behalf by the Northarvest Bean Growers Association and the United Soy Bean Board. He is an unpaid member of the International Life Sciences Institute North America Board of Trustees. His institution, Indiana University, has received funds to support his research or educational activities from: USDA; NIH; US National Science Foundation; Alliance for Potato Research and Education; Dairy Management Institute; Herbalife; Laura and John Arnold Foundation. D.B. is an advisor to the International Council on Amino Acid Science, whose members include companies that produce and market amino acids for medical, biological, and industrial purposes. He provides the Council with advice on scientific priorities, assistance in organizing scientific symposia on amino acids, and evaluation of competitive applications for research funding. Other than reimbursement for travel expenses, he accepts no compensation for his advisory role. In the past year, he has consulted for, and received honoraria from, Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals; Novartis Pharmaceuticals; Nestlé SA; Ajinomoto Co., Inc.; Soremartec Italia S.r.l.; the CrossFit Foundation; Intertek Scientific and Regulatory Consultancy Services; Nutritional Growth Solutions; the Dairy Management Institute; and the Lorenzini Foundation. The majority of his consulting fees are donated to charity. He does not own stock in, or have other ownership interests in, any of the companies to which he provides scientific advice or in any nutrition company other than those companies whose stock is held by various mutual fund retirement accounts.