Media drives changes in food decisions

Media drives changes in food decisions

AMERICANS are hungry for more information about their food, and the media is standing by with the spoon, according to the International Food Information Council (IFIC) Foundation's new survey on food and health, "Food Decision 2016: The Impact of a Growing National Food Dialogue."

The survey found that, during the last year, significant numbers of Americans have changed their minds or behaviors when it comes to food and nutrition issues, and the me

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