Food Safety

Blog entry | Mar 03 2016

When it comes to healthy eating, there are a lot of misconceptions—from how much protein to consume, to the belief that fats necessarily make you fat, and even confusion over food preparation and s

Blog entry | Feb 09 2016

Have you ever read the label on food and saw some big words that you’d never seen before?

Blog entry | Feb 08 2016

Just when you thought fruits and vegetables were safe from the food fad coverage, we read some recent articles by self-proclaimed nutrition expert Gwyneth Paltrow.

Blog entry | Feb 08 2016

Every so often, we read a new study that challenges what decades of research have demonstrated. While it makes for great headlines, we’re often left wondering: is it credible?

Blog entry | Feb 04 2016

This weekend, the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos will be going head-to-head at the Super Bowl.

Blog entry | Feb 02 2016

We don’t live in a perfect world. If we did, Beyoncé would headline the Super Bowl halftime show every year, and seven layer nacho dip wouldn’t have any calories.

Blog entry | Jan 19 2016

The quality of our food is an important aspect consumers think about when making decisions on what and where to eat. We want food that tastes good and is good for us.

Press Release | Jan 06 2016

The International Food Information Council (IFIC) Foundation today applauded the food-based, total-diet approach of the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGAs)—released today by the federal go

Blog entry | Dec 16 2015

dihydrogen-monoxide-memeHave you ever heard the mantra “If you

Blog entry | Dec 03 2015

Did you know that as many as 15 million Americans have food allergies?  If you’re a bubbly holiday traveler like me, chances are you will meet someone with a food allergy this season – at a party,

Blog entry | Dec 01 2015

Last year, the FACTS network was still in its infancy. This year, all your input and support has made us better and better.

Blog entry | Nov 23 2015

You may have seen it on fitness websites or on your Facebook newsfeed: the laundry list of foods that registered dietitians “won’t eat.” The list is usually about a mile long and contains any food

Blog entry | Nov 18 2015

From supermarkets to farmers markets, Americans can enjoy hundreds of nutritious, fresh and high-quality fruits and vegetables. In order to provide such a plentiful food supply, conventional and or

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