2015 Food & Health Survey

Blog entry | Jul 08 2015
How much money you make could influence how you buy and think about food. See what the latest consumer research says for income differences in how we feel about processed foods, what we look for on food labels, what we'd do with a bigger budget, and...
Blog entry | Jun 22 2015
The word of cod. The gospel of tofu. The dogma of soy. Finally, the 2015 Food and Health Survey has shed light on what Americans think about all things protein (and plenty of other food issues too!). While a few protein facts seem well-known, some...
Blog entry | Jun 18 2015
Almost 6 in 10 Americans rate themselves as either in very good or excellent health, but over half of the Americans who rated themselves as either in very good or excellent health are overweight or obese. What's more, many people who are currently...
Blog entry | Jun 09 2015
As I dietetic intern preparing for my RD exam this summer, I was excited to participate in the Food and Health Survey Webinar on June 3, 2015.  We typically generalize what we think Americans want to hear about their health, but some of the data can...
Blog entry | Jun 04 2015
Nearly two-thirds of Americans have thought about whether their foods and beverages are produced in an environmentally sustainable way. But, there isn't much consensus about the meaning of a sustainable diet: 39% see it representing a ‘balanced,...
Continuing Professional Education | May 31 2015
On Wednesday, June 3, from 2 - 3 pm ET, we held the 2015 Food & Health Survey Webcast for Health and Wellness Professionals. Stay tuned for a webinar recording on this page! We discussed: Do Americans perceptions of their own health match up...
Blog entry | May 29 2015
The 2015 Food & Health Survey is hot off the presses and has yielded some surprising results on dietary fats. 3 in 10 Americans have recently changed their opinion about the healthfulness of saturated fat (31%). We followed up with that 31% to...
Blog entry | May 26 2015
How do Americans prioritize their health? Check out the consumer survey data! See how Americans would use extra time and extra money, and how much time they spend on their meals.   Find out more about the 2015 Food & Health Survey here.

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