Food Production & Manufacturing

Press Release | Aug 04 2013
News BackgroundCaffeine                                                                                                       August 2013 Caffeine Workshop Part of Process, but Science on Caffeine Safety is Strong Consumption is Unchanged Despite...
Event | Aug 04 2013
This was a live event that occurred in September of 2013. If you attended this webinar and are eligible for CPE credit, please see the bottom of this page for more information.  The IFIC Foundation is proud to cosponsor this webinar with the USDA-...
Article | Aug 01 2013
Herbert "Skeet" Muncie on research looking into whether caffeine is addictive. Are You Really “Addicted” to Caffeine? There’s a lot of misinformation brewing about caffeine, particularly when it comes to effects from consuming too many energy...
Article | Aug 01 2013
Q: What are processing aids? A: Processing aids are substances that are approved by both the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).  They are used in the production of a variety of foods – meat, poultry,...
Blog entry | Jul 30 2013
By: Nicole Hines, UMASS Master in Public Health Nutrition Student and IFIC Foundation Intern     Date: 7/31/2013 One of the perks of being an intern with the International Food Information Council is that I get to attend a variety of meetings and...
Blog entry | Jul 28 2013
It's been a couple of years since Eric Hallerman, PhD, Professor and Head of the Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation at Virginia Tech University in Blacksburg, VA, wrote a guest blog post for us (below) on the state of animal biotechnology...
Blog entry | Jul 18 2013
By: Brittany Mountjoy Date: 7/19/13 At a recent conference, Mark Lynas, an environmentalist and former anti-biotechnology activist, spoke about the issue and shared his experience and transformation into a biotechnology advocate. Mark Lynas was the...

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