Food, Nutrition & Science: Migrant Farmworker Conditions Unhealthy, Celebrate International Mediterranean Diet Month, Alcohol Consumption in Adults
Featured in this month's issue of Food, Nutrition & Science, a study showing that the nation's farm workers are at risk due to poor facilities, celebrate International Mediterranean Diet Month, does America have a drinking problem and more...
Apr 29, 2013 Read More
Food, Nutrition & Science: The Farmer Veteran Coalition, Advergaming's Influence on Food Intake, Children and Vitamin D
Featured in this month's issue of Food, Nutrition & Science, how veterans can get help building careers in agriculture, studies on advergaming and the effect on food intake, children and vitmain D intake, and much more.
Mar 25, 2013 Read More
Fewer women are dieting, according to a new study from NPD Group. NPD has been tracking Americans' dieting habits for three decades, and this most recent study finds dieting to be on the decline, with women leading the trend. In 1992, 34% of women were on a diet; today that number drops to 23%.
Feb 25, 2013 Read More
Healthy eating guidance influences store choice—and many consumers are willing to pay for personalized service.
Feb 13, 2013 Read More
Food, Nutrition & Science: Matchmaking for Farmers, State-by-State Obesity programs, and Sweetener Use in the U.S.
Farmers are matched with people who own underutilized land, State programs tackle obesity locally, and researchers explore how sweeteners are impacting American diets. These stories and more in this month's issue of Food, Nutrition & Science.
Jan 28, 2013 Read More