Ingredients & Nutrients

Article | Feb 24 2014
What is carrageenan and why is it used in food?  Carrageenan (“care-ah-gee-nun”) is a naturally-occurring food ingredient extracted from red seaweed. It is a starch-like product that has been used in food for hundreds of years for its ability to...
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...
Article | Feb 09 2014
You may have heard about azodicarbonamide (pronounced “az-oh-dye-car-BON-uh-mide”) and its use in fresh-baked bread products. Here’s what you really need to know about azodicarbonamide in bread. Azodicarbonamide is an approved ingredient that is...

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