Blog entry | Jun 21 2018
What makes you pick one type of cereal, juice, bread or milk over another while you are shopping? Purchases we make can be influenced by a variety of factors, with some having more influence than...
Press Release | Jun 13 2018
Download Report FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 13, 2018 WASHINGTON, D.C. — More than two-thirds of older adults are managing more than one chronic disease. Despite this rising trend, adults today are...
Blog entry | Jun 08 2018
As both a food-loving and food-phobic society, Americans have a tendency to obsess over certain foods and diet trends—vilifying them after they lose their allure and championing them anew when they...
Blog entry | Jun 06 2018
As humans, we want to make sense of our decisions, habits and surroundings. And it’s clear we’re a well-intended group of people, with one-third of us adopting an eating pattern last year, most of...
Press Release | May 16 2018
Download Full Survey FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 16, 2018 More than one in three U.S. consumers are following a specific diet or eating pattern, and they are increasingly averse to carbohydrates and...
Data & Survey | May 16 2018
The International Food Information Council (IFIC) Foundation’s 2018 Food and Health Survey marks the 13th time the IFIC Foundation has surveyed American consumers to understand their perceptions,...
Press Release | Apr 26 2018
See the full report (PDF, 4.4MB) FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 26, 2018 WASHINGTON — While aging poses new challenges, as well as changing perceptions and behaviors around food and health, a report...
Blog entry | Mar 05 2018
It was only a few years ago that online food shopping seemed be a relatively novel concept. Yet it is certainly gaining ground, with new research from the International Food Information Council (IFIC...
Blog entry | Sep 21 2017
Research has long shown that lower-income Americans face unique barriers to good health. The 2017 Food & Health Survey builds on this body of research while identifying new ways in which income...
Blog entry | Sep 19 2017
Healthy Aging Month is a great time to consider how beliefs and behaviors around food change as we age.  Aside from what is often a distinct set of beliefs about nutrition, and an evolving set of...
Blog entry | Sep 13 2017
Americans are confronted with nutrition and food information all the time. It can come from all angles: the news, friends, social media and advertisements. But much of that information is conflicting...
Blog entry | Sep 01 2017
Do you consider yourself a foodie? According to the International Food Information Council (IFIC) Foundation’s 2017 Food and Health Survey, foodies are more confident in their nutrition know-how,...
Blog entry | Aug 28 2017
“Know your audience” is a common refrain among communicators of all kinds. As health and nutrition professionals, this age-old advice is key to tapping into your clients’ motivators and helping...
Press Release | Aug 14 2017
Foodies Sacrifice Cost and Convenience for Quality    2017 Food and Health Survey Finds that Foodies Are More Confident in Their Nutrition Know-How and Have Their Own Take on “Healthy”   (FULL...
Article | Aug 14 2017
Do you consider yourself a foodie? See how your foodie credentials compare to new insights from the 2017 Food & Health Survey. An analysis of purchase drivers from the 2017 Survey reveals six...

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