Sometimes it seems like a food or nutrition study that comes out today contradicts one that came out the day before. Consumers are confused about what to believe, and rightly so. But not all science is created equal. Find out how to look beyond the headline-grabbing claims and judge the science for yourself.

Fitness & Wellness

Article | May 29 2014
(Washington, D.C.)–The number of American consumers who consider healthfulness when purchasing their food and beverages has shown a significant uptick in the past two years. That is among the findings of the IFIC Foundation’s 2014 Food and Health...
Article | May 27 2014
The 2014 Food & Health Survey: Consumer Attitudes toward Food Safety, Nutrition & Health, commissioned by the International Food Information Council Foundation, is the ninth annual national quantitative study designed to gain insights from...
Blog entry | Apr 14 2014
By: Catherine Gensler, Food Science Undergraduate Student at University of Massachusetts, Amherst Date: 4/15/14 The following blog post was originally posted on April 1, 2014 on the University of Massachusetts, Amherst Food Science Club blog, Brain...
Data & Survey | Apr 01 2014
The 2014 Food & Health Survey: Consumer Attitudes toward Food Safety, Nutrition & Health, commissioned by the International Food Information Council Foundation, is the ninth annual national quantitative study designed to gain insights from...
Press Release | Mar 25 2014
Note: The International Food Information Council is proud to support the Alliance to Feed the Future as a founding member. (Cross-posted here.) (Washington, D.C., March 25, 2014) —The Alliance to Feed the Future is celebrating the theme of National...
Blog entry | Mar 11 2014
By: Liz Sanders, MPH, RDN, LDN Date: 3/12/14 National Nutrition Month is the perfect time to say it: I am very proud to be a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist  

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