Article | Aug 02 2012
Introduction The issues of “pig castration” and “boar taint” may have caught your attention in the media recently.  For many years, pork producers have physically castrated male piglets to prevent...
Article | Aug 01 2012
Introduction The issues of “pig castration” and “boar taint” may have caught your attention in the media recently.  For many years, pork producers have physically castrated male piglets to prevent...
Article | Jul 25 2012
With the 2012 Summer Olympics upon us, let’s gain inspiration from these amazing athletes to make healthful lifestyle changes. Use this resource to learn how foods and beverages can improve your...
Article | Jul 17 2012
For more than 50 years, veterinarians and producers have administered antibiotics to food animals, primarily poultry, swine, and cattle, mostly to fight or prevent animal diseases. The following Q...
Article | Jul 04 2012
Food animal farmers and producers have many tools available to help them improve the quality of the meat they provide to consumers. One such tool is the type of feed they give the animals. Animal...
Article | May 29 2012
Recently, some have raised concern regarding a food ingredient known as Transglutaminase (TG); nicknaming the enzyme “meat glue.”  Reports have sparked inaccurate perceptions about the safe use of TG...
Article | May 22 2012
Overview & Summary The 2012 Food & Health Survey: Consumer Attitudes toward Food Safety, Nutrition, and Health, commissioned by the International Food Information Council Foundation, is the...
Article | May 22 2012
Americans Find Doing Their Own Taxes Simpler than Improving Diet and Health But, they recognize room for improvement and want to do better. Click here to view the Press Release. Click here to...
Article | May 09 2012
IFIC Webinar: Understanding Consumer Perceptions of Food Technology & Sustainability The International Food Information Council shared the findings from its 2012 “Consumer Perceptions of Food...
Article | Apr 30 2012
Thanks for your interest in IFIC Foundation's "The Science of Sugars." This four-part series of articles explores the scientific evidence surrounding sugars. A vast amount of research has been...
Article | Apr 30 2012
Thanks for your interest in IFIC Foundation's, "The Science of Sugars." This four-part series of articles explores the scientific evidence surrounding sugars. A vast amount of research has been...
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Article | Apr 23 2012
This morning, France confirmed a single, isolated case of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE), or 'Mad Cow Disease.' The case is being handled properly with preventative measures throughout the...
Article | Apr 04 2012
Bisphenol A (BPA) has been safely used as a food packaging compound for almost 50 years. BPA is used to prevent cans from corrosion thus improving the safety, quality and value of our food supply....
Article | Apr 01 2012
Americans Find Doing Their Own Taxes Simpler than Improving Diet and Health But, they recognize room for improvement and want to do better.  The International Food Information Council Foundation’s...
Article | Mar 29 2012
Americans can find nutritional advice everywhere these days.  Television, internet, smartphone apps, and yes, even still in print newspaper articles.  But whatever the case may be, it seems consumers...

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