Consumer food confusion growing

Consumer food confusion growing

New survey reveals different trends in leading consumer concerns about food supply and food safety.

AS consumer interest in food continues to increase, new research shows that people are nonetheless confused about what they should and shouldn't eat.

The newly released International Food Information Council (IFIC) Foundation's 10th annual "Food & Health Survey" found that, more than ever in the survey's history, consumer confusion is emerging as a key concern.

The survey found that more than three-quarters (78%) of resp

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