IFIC In the News
IFIC expert talked about eating patterns in quarantine, including how consumers have reported snacking more.
Information on a recent salmonella outbreak and the importance of food traceability techniques and ways of preventing foodborne illnesses.
How Americans have shifted shopping and cooking habits during this pandemic, citing IFIC’s 2020 Food & Health Survey
Takeaways from the 2020 Food & Health Survey on how COVID-19 has changed the way Americans cook, shop and eat.
2020 Food & Health Survey data, looking at how Americans have changed what they eat or how they prepare food due to COVID-19.
IFIC survey about plant-based meat alternatives, including how “4 in 10 said they felt a burger made from plant materials would be healthier than a traditional burger.”
IFIC’s research on COVID-19 and shopping habits, focusing on the shifts in food safety practices from April to May 2020, including how shoppers are being less careful about hygiene as the pandemic goes on.
Does freezing food affect the coronavirus? IFIC staff talked about how refrigerating or freezing foods could affect chances of transmitting a virus.
How Americans shop, eat and cook food, and how habits have changed from April to May of 2020 during a pandemic, citing IFIC research.
IFIC staff on how to maintain a nutritional diet during a pandemic, including the merits of frozen fruits and vegetables, and shelf-stable goods.
Food Network talked to IFIC’s food safety expert on how to safely order takeout or delivery during a pandemic.
Many shoppers have been following advice on stocking pantry items, and IFIC staff explained how to decipher food packaing dates and labels on shelf-stable goods.
Vegan and vegetarian options on restaurant menus, and the nuritional properties behind foods like beans and plant-based alternatives.
Busting myths surrounding “boosting’ your immune system, but explaining how a healthy diet can affect your immune system.
IFIC’s food safety expert spoke about how to handle food–including how to properly wash produce–during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Whether fresh, frozen, canned or jarred, fruits and vegetables are important to keep our immune systems strong, in the context of COVID-19.
IFIC weighed in on a new study discussing the adverse effects of combining sucralose and carbohydrates.
IFIC’s food safety expert weighed in on the year’s new Dirty Dozen list, explaining that most Americans don’t eat enough produce in the first place, no need to add an extra barrier.
IFIC’s plant-based alternatives to meat research, specifically how consumers perceive plant-based foods to be healthier.