New peer reviewed research published in Nutrition Today shows fear-based messaging tactics used by activist groups and some organic marketers that invoke safety concerns about non-organic produce may be having a negative impact on consumption
A recent survey of 5,000 consumers nationwide that asked about food buying decisions showed changing attitudes about food safety. People still want toxin-free and pathogen-free food, but they also want more transparency from food producers…
When it comes to eggs, consumers are pretty good at following two of the four key food safety messages — “separate” and “chill” — but when it comes to “clean” and “cook,” a bit more…
The continuous drum beat of multistate foodborne illness outbreaks has not done much to shake consumer confidence in the U.S. food supply, according to a new study released this week. The NPD Group, a market…
Researchers who conducted a study in September 2009 sought to find which issue-based product claims are most important to consumers when making specialty grocery and restaurant menu decisions.
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that 76 million cases of foodborne illness occur each year in the United States. Many studies have found that a majority of these cases can be