Article | May 05 2017
  Boomers and Older Americans: The Health-Driven Generations   As people age, their nutrition needs and dietary preferences change. But few have examimined the shopping habits and eating patterns of...
Blog entry | May 03 2017
Recently, we’ve seen a number of stories about food recalls, from potential Salmonella in potato chips to golf ball pieces in hash browns.  Whether you hear about them from your favorite news channel...
Blog entry | May 02 2017
While training for my first marathon, I had heard the term “hitting the wall” in long distance running, but of course, I thought that it would never happen to me. Well, it turned out, that was far...
Article | May 01 2017
The International Food Information Council (IFIC) Foundation’s 2017 Food & Health Survey, “A Healthy Perspective: Understanding American Food Values,” marks the 12th edition of an ongoing...
Blog entry | Apr 28 2017
When it comes to preventing food waste and eating more sustainably, we all need to pitch in. From farm to fork, there is a lot of work that goes into creating a more sustainable food supply. Food...
Blog entry | Apr 26 2017
From Vitamin A to Zinc, there are so many vitamins and minerals in foods that are important to our health. It can be hard to keep track of what vitamin is beneficial for which body function and most...
Blog entry | Apr 26 2017
Did you say “Satanism?” If you’re looking for a blog about the religious figure of evil, you’ve come to the wrong place. This blog is about seitan (pronounced “say-tan”), the vegetarian and vegan-...
Blog entry | Apr 21 2017
The Earth’s water, energy and land resources support all life in many different ways. With scientific advances, these resources are being used in sustainable ways to provide us with healthy and safe...
Blog entry | Apr 21 2017
The IFIC Foundation, along with more than 170 other organizations, has partnered with the March for Science movement. The March, scheduled for April 22, 2017, is the first step in a global movement...
Blog entry | Apr 20 2017
It’s pretty easy to find an article touting the latest one-off study saying “X food will cure cancer” and then find another article saying “X food will cause cancer.” While reporting these findings...
Blog entry | Apr 20 2017
A new study has examined the associations between consumption of beverages sweetened with sugar and/or low-calorie sweeteners and stroke or dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease. This particular...
Blog entry | Apr 20 2017
There are many foods that can have a positive effect on heart health, such as fruits and veggies, unsaturated fats and grains. They are vital to maintain a healthy weight, to regulate blood sugar...
Press Release | Apr 19 2017
(Washington, D.C.)—Alexandra Lewin-Zwerdling has been named Vice President at the International Food Information Council (IFIC) and IFIC Foundation.  She will lead the development of IFIC’s consumer...
Blog entry | Apr 19 2017
News stories and day-to-day conversations about the use of pesticides to protect our food supply can easily get misconstrued and leave us feeling confused about the safety of the foods we eat. We’ve...

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