Food Technology

Blog entry | Sep 11 2017

Information about the food we eat surrounds us, yet much of it is low on evidence and high on hype.

Blog entry | Aug 02 2017

When most people think of processing and handling meat, they might think of a butcher carving tender cuts of meat or of dad grilling the perfect, medium-well steak.

Blog entry | Jul 28 2017

When you think of eating meat, what comes to mind? Is it pulled pork covered in BBQ sauce? A juicy cheeseburger? Savory bacon with eggs? A variety of choices may pop into your head.

Blog entry | Jun 22 2017

Few subjects about food and nutrition spark more intense discussions than genetic engineering, or GMOs.

Blog entry | Jun 07 2017

The term “citrus greening” might sound harmless at first. “Citrus” refers to fruits like oranges, tangerines, and grapefruit. These fruits pack a punch for your vitamin C fix.

Blog entry | Jun 05 2017

Slime is typically linked to snails, Ghost Busters, and Nickelodeon pranks.

Blog entry | May 18 2017

“Genetic modification” and “genetic engineering” are terms we hear in relation to discussions about food production technology and the use of biotechnology for advancing our food supply.

Blog entry | Apr 21 2017

The IFIC Foundation, along with more than 170 other organizations, has partnered with the March for Science movement.

Blog entry | Apr 03 2017

Gluten-free, ancient grains have been the star of grocery store aisles and nutrition articles alike over the past few years, and they’re not leaving the spotlight any time soon.  We’ve

Blog entry | Feb 22 2017

As food producers aim to provide a secure and reliable supply of food for the growing public, food biotechnology advances are evolving fast. Genetically modified food resources are helping farmers,

Blog entry | Feb 09 2017

I am woman, hear me roar … about science!

Blog entry | Feb 02 2017

Oh, the Big Game. People enjoy the game for many reasons. Some want to watch their team win the grand prize of professional football.

Blog entry | Dec 15 2016

Back in December of 2015, we made some predictions on what 2016 would bring in terms of food trends.

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