March 2018 Food Insight Newsletter

Blog entry | Mar 22 2018

This third article in our “Go Further with Food” series enhances our understanding of the new Nutrition Facts label.The

Blog entry | Mar 22 2018

A lot of us like to start our day with a little caffeine pick-me-up like a fresh cup of coffee, and others swear by their afternoon tea.

Blog entry | Mar 20 2018

It’s likely that when you think of pesticides, your first thought is not about environmental sustainability.

Blog entry | Mar 16 2018

Listeria Monocytogenes

Blog entry | Mar 15 2018

Many of us have found ourselves in front of the television with a bag of popcorn on our lap and before we know it, the entire bag is gone.

Blog entry | Mar 13 2018

You may recall hearing someone years ago tell you, “Milk does a body good.” Most of us grew up drinking milk at home, school, at summer camp and all those other places kids go.

Blog entry | Mar 07 2018

I have a soft spot in my heart for cereal.

Blog entry | Mar 06 2018

The first article in our “Go Further with Food” series focused on food waste.

Blog entry | Mar 05 2018

It was only a few years ago that online food shopping seemed be a relatively novel concept.

Blog entry | Mar 02 2018

Here at the IFIC Foundation and across the internet, we’re seeing, reading and writing more and more about personalized nutriti

Blog entry | Mar 01 2018

It’s (finally) March. The month where we celebrate St. Patrick, college basketball, spring and, if you’re a registered dietitian, March madness is all about National Nutrition Month.

Blog entry | Feb 20 2018

In our last video and article, we gave you a bit of background info on bacteria—the good and the bad.

Blog entry | Feb 02 2018

What do you know about bacteria? Your first thought is likely something like “yuck” and that may be fair. Still, we should point out that there are good bacteria and bad bacteria.