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Is Soy a Health Food?

Are soy foods healthy? Unfortunately this is widely debated, but it seems if properly prepared and consumed in moderation (not from supplements), soy can be excellent for good health.

Are soy foods healthy? Unfortunately this is widely debated, but it seems if properly prepared and consumed in moderation (not from supplements),

February 11, 2016 Read More


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New Food Words and a Trace Code for Eggs

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New Food Words
The impact of our passion for food is even changing the way we talk by using new words and phrases to describe every food activity. Josh Friedland has published Eatymology, a 21st century…

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The Supermarket Sector’s Cage-Free Future

Guest columnist, Matthew Prescott, senior food policy director for The Humane Society of the United States,

By Matthew Prescott

When I first began working with grocery chains to improve animal treatment in their supply systems, one thing I recall suggesting was that they begin to offer cage-free eggs on their shelves—something…

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Food Texture and Happiness

Why you should know Adeena Sussman, and the movement she is hoping for...

Adeena Sussman is a recipe developer, author, former restaurant critic and began a series in Food Republic called Crispianity. Her premise is that foods that have “crunch” actually make us think more about what we are eating.

She points to a study in the Tamil area of Malaysia that in her…

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A New Approach To Food Marketing Came to The Super Bowl, And It's Great

Who pulled off the most unique and smartest marketing campaign for this year's Super Bowl?

Originally appeared on Forbes.com.

The reviews of the Super Bowl, the halftime show and the commercials have not been very complimentary. However, there is one standout that the food world needs to pay attention to, and all its advertising, PR, social media and…

February 9, 2016 Read More


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Does Organic Make A Difference?

What a study from the University of Illinois found out about organic food sales.

No one disputes that the rise of organic food and beverage sales continues to be on solid ground, and those retailers who heavily promote organics, like Kroger and Target are growing the category’s sales.

A new study from the University of Illinois designed an experiment to shed insight on…

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