The Center for Food Integrity, a not-for-profit member organization, values consumer choice and is dedicated to bringing together stakeholders at every level of the food system in order to answer consumers’ questions in meaningful ways.
Website content comes from University-based experts (majority are PhDs or RDs) who have either completed or reviewed research on the specific topic being discussed providing their professional insights. All content on the Best Food Facts website has been approved or previously published by the expert being quoted.
The National Food Transparency Project seeks to further define what consumers expect and need regarding transparency and to drive widespread food-system adoption of best practices that deliver trust-building transparency.
Welcome to the online home of Meatingplace magazine, where meat and poultry processors enjoy up-to-the-minute industry news, coverage of the newest technologies, video and photo plant tours and much more.
This site provides market information and economic data to Minnesota’s agricultural producers, processors, and exporters, as well as policy-makers and the general public. The key program areas include: domestic and international market research, economic and statistical analysis, and economic impact studies at the state, regional, and county levels.
An educational tool sponsored by the MN Department of Agriculture to promote economic development and awareness about the food and ag industry.
Site host for statewide publications featuring facts, stories and trends in food and agriculture.
The Minnesota Department of Agricultural Statistics Division conducts agricultural surveys of farmers and agribusinesses to provide accurate, timely, and relevant Minnesota statistics of crop acreage, yield, production, and stocks; livestock inventories; farm prices, expenses, and income; weekly crop and weather conditions during the growing season; agricultural chemical usage; as well as providing statistical services.
GMO Answers was created to do a better job answering your questions — no matter what they are — about GMOs. The biotech industry stands 100 percent behind the health and safety of the GM crops on the market today, but we acknowledge that we haven’t done the best job communicating about them – what they are, how they are made, what the safety data says.