In 2017, the IFIC Foundation provided cream of the crop insight into all things food. As the year comes to a close, we look back on some of our most popular posts of the year.
It’s the showdown of the year. When it comes to canned green beans, they have the same nutritional benefits of fresh. Even better, they save time and money.
In the 12th edition of the Food and Health Survey, we discuss significant issues such as consumer confusion, food production, sustainability, and food safety.
Our post on titanium dioxide explains the what and why to this common food colorant. Spoiler alert: it is safe for consumption.
Mindful eating focuses on building a healthy relationship with all foods. Practice mindful eating by eating slowly and noting the different sensory aspects.
Get a rundown of the most common vitamins, from A to Zinc.
You probably haven’t heart of this no-calorie sweetener. Learn what it is in this blog post (it even comes with a colorful infographic).
The Buddha Diet, a type of intermittent fasting, is a time-restricted diet that focuses on when you eat. Active and social butterflies beware! It may not be for those who exercise frequently or have a full calendar of happy hours and fourth meals.
The frozen corn won this showdown! When compared with fresh, from preparation time to cost to longevity, frozen corn was the obvious winner.
Farmers’ markets are a summer staple, but make sure you practice the same safe food handling with farmer’s market produce as you would from a grocery store.
When it comes to their diets, boomers have a different outlook on health than their millennial counterparts.
We look forward to sharing more information on nutrition, health, and food safety with you in 2018!