Dana Cvetan

food recalls

Food shortages, inflation, pricing, nutritional concerns, and recalls all stoke angst as consumers—especially low-income consumers—increasingly scrutinize food and beverage products and struggle to identify accurate, evidence-based information about those products, said Alison Borgmeyer, chair of U.S. Food & Beverage for Edelman.

To build trust, the industry needs to be more transparent, Borgmeyer advised.

Speaking as part of a panel of experts at a Scientific & Technical Forum…

Premium Content
You've reached your monthly limit of free articles.
Access Food Technology
Log in Subscribe

About the Author

Dana Cvetan is a freelance writer based in Barrington, Ill. ([email protected]).

Manual Feature

Latest News

Can the Food Industry Save the Consumer’s Wallet?

CPG companies must take creative, disruptive measures to address the impact of inflation on food shoppers; traditional strategies are not enough.

High Food Prices Hit Hard

Soaring grocery and restaurant costs since the pandemic have become a major financial burden for American consumers and a significant challenge for manufacturers, influencing spending habits and corporate strategies.

Mattson Announces Expansion Into Chicago, IFT Releases White Paper on Underutilized Crops

Innovations, research, and insights in food science, product development, and consumer trends. 

Botanicals in Bloom

A visually oriented overview of botanical ingredient trends.

Aiming to Lure Home Chefs With Seafood Offerings

More seafood is being prepared at home, and savvy marketers and product developers have introduced an array of new products.