Somehow, even in this information age, there is less regard for facts or knowledge or truth than ever before, especially when it comes to their food.
No one who eats food and no organization with an interest in how we grow and harvest should have to stand outside trying to slip their nose under the canvas.
Consumers seek honest and transparent messaging and labeling from farmers and food companies today.
Farmers stand to benefit by figuring out how to capture more of the dollars consumers spend for food outside the home.
Consumers hear a lot of noise about their food but are largely confident in how it is produced, Dr. Tamika Sims of IFIC noted.
Futurist Nikolas Badminton talks data, robotics, energy of future and cultured food products.
A multiple ingredient substitute approximating the taste of the real thing might help lapsed meat eaters to come back to the real, much better tasting and more nutrient dense thing.
Is it really that much more dangerous to eat chicken imported from a plant in China that gets an annual audit from FSIS than it is to depend upon a medication made in the same country?
Leah Dorman provides insight on where we are in regard to animal welfare and where things are likely headed.
International Dairy Federation publication confirms process does not significantly impact milk's nutritional properties.