Food Production & Manufacturing

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 24 2014
What happens to the crops and livestock farmers and ranchers grow between the time they are harvested and the time they arrive as food on our tables? How do products like eggs, cereal and ketchup arrive to our homes ready to eat and stay that way...
Blog entry | Mar 19 2014
By: Brittany Mountjoy Date: 3/20/14  Recently, I had the opportunity to attend the 90th Agricultural
Press Release | Feb 20 2014
Washington, D.C.– IFIC Foundation’s “Food Biotechnology: A Communicator’s Guide to Improving Understanding” today was honored with top recognition in the “most improved magazine or journal category” in Association TRENDS’ 2013 All-Media Contest. It...
Blog entry | Jan 23 2014
We've all seen the recent news about yet another chemical in our food.  It's actually nothing new, since 4-MEI (4-methylimidazole) has been in cooked foods since we began using fire.  It is a byproduct of the normal heating and browning of foods and...
Press Release | Jan 12 2014
(Washington, D.C.) –The International Food Information Council Foundation is currently accepting applications for its annual Sylvia Rowe Fellowship. The fellowship, established in 2007 as a tribute to former International Food Information Council...
Article | Jan 01 2014
PRESENTATION The Role of Biotechnology in Our Food Supply presentation has been developed to help you discuss food biotechnology* with the public. It communicates the latest information available, and is highly visual to help engage your listeners....
Article | Dec 30 2013
Fiber provides a number of health benefits, which makes it worthwhile to fancy up your diet with fiber. Here are the four most important facts you need to know about dietary fiber: What is it? Why is it important?  What are the sources?  How much...

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