The International Food Information Council Foundation’s 2011 Food and Health Survey takes an extensive look at what Americans are doing regarding their eating and health habits and food safety practices.
This easy-to-use booklet provides information and checklists for evaluating weight loss programs and helps consumers to choose a safe and effective weight loss method.
To help consumers overcome common barriers to regularly eating breakfast such as not enough time, the IFIC Foundation has developed this tool kit with several components to assist health communicators in imparting the benefits of eating breakfast.
Aspartame is a low-calorie sweetener used in foods and beverages in more than 100 countries around the world. It is about 200 times sweeter than sugar. The calories in foods can be substantially reduced, and in some products eliminated, by using aspartame in place of sugar.
Arsenic is one of many naturally occurring elements in the air, water, rocks and soil. This means that it is common for a variety of foods and beverages to naturally contain trace amounts of arsenic that are not harmful to consumers. Ongoing monitoring of our food supply indicates there is no reason to be alarmed about arsenic in the consumable products that you enjoy. Want to know more? Please reference our resources below for more information.
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Filmed in Washington, DC asking real people real questions from the 2013 IFIC Food and Health Survey.
In this video we ask people their thoughts on food safety. Here's what they had to say...
More about the 2013 Food & Health Survey here.