family dinnerEvolving Trust in the Food Industry shows that one third of consumers think the agriculture community and food companies are transparent.

 

Key Findings include:

  • 65% think it’s important to know how their food is produced. 
  • 60% think farmers and ranchers are trustworthy, making them one of the most trusted sources for information on food production. 
  • Steady trend of consumers turning to these three sources since 2012: food companies, grocers and food retailers and bloggers/social media.

The study was included a survey of  2,000 U.S. consumers witha  diverse demographic background in 2016

Download a free copy of the study at shsfoodthink.com

do you trust the food Industry?  What do you think need to be done to ensure food safety and label accuracy?

Geraldine Jensen

Publisher and Editor of Families Online Magazine. Our experts provide warm, loving, and generous advice for you, your family and children, no matter their age -- infants, school age, 'tweens, and teenagers. Features include:Parenting, Ages and Stages of Child Development, Child Support, Cooking, Health, Children's Books, Nutrition, Christian Parenting, Relationships, Green-living, Education and School

Ms. Jensen is a leading advocate for families and children and was the founder and president of ACES, The Association for Children for Enforcement of Support.
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