fortification

Blog entry | Jun 30 2017

Since 2011, I’ve lived in Minnesota, part of the “goiter belt,” a term for parts of the U.S.

Blog entry | Jun 27 2017

Known as the “harvested seeds of grasses”, humans have been consuming grains for thousands of years.

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 | Jan 28 2016

According to the 2007 World Food Prize Laureate Philip E.

Blog entry | Dec 30 2015

Fellow food nerds will already know how I spent the eve before New Year’s Eve. I was cuddled on the couch (snacks in hand) watching the new PBS documentary In Defense of Food.

Blog entry | Oct 13 2015

vintage-pastaCarbohydrates have come under increasing scrutiny in recent year

Press Release | Jul 17 2014

As you might already be aware, the Environmental Working Group has released a report titled, “How Much Is Too Much?

Blog entry | Jul 17 2014

By: Megan Meyer, Microbiology and Immunology Doctoral Student, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Article | Jun 20 2014

More than two billion people worldwide suffer from micronutrient deficiencies because they are not meeting their daily dietary requirements for essential vitamins and minerals.

Article | Jun 20 2014

This article is the second in a series on food fortification.