Grain Foods Foundation launches new website

In addition to the latest nutrition research and GFF news, new features added include:

  • A robust database of recipes with the dietitian seal of approval. These are recipes that will not only show how to easily incorporate grains into a healthy, balanced diet, but will also satisfy even the most picky eaters.
  • A blog called “Grain Deep Dive”, featuring tips and talks, quick grain nutrition information, frequently asked questions about grain foods and heart health, weight management, regularity, gluten-free diets and healthy aging.

“As GFF continues to thrive as a leader in the grain-based food conversation, it was only fitting to have a new website that highlights all the great work we’ve done to help to improve the nutrient density of the American diet through the inclusion of grains,” said Ball Erin, Acting Executive Director of the GFF. “We hope these updates will magnify the voice of the GFF as a valuable resource for consumers and key players in the nutrition world.”

For more information about the Foundation, research findings, and the role of grain foods in a healthy diet, visit www.GrainFoodsFoundation.org.

About the Grain Foods Foundation
Established in 2004, Grain Foods Foundation (GFF) is a group of thought leaders and advocates for all grain foods and believes that everyone needs grain foods to enjoy a happy, healthy life. Committed to science-based nutrition education programming, the GFF is a strong advocate for our members and a resource for consumers and the media who want to learn more about the role of grains in a well-balanced eating pattern. . The GFF offers research-based information and resources to members, partners, influencers, policymakers and consumers through a comprehensive communications campaign, conferences, webinars, research tools, social media and Moreover. GFF is committed to providing factual and common sense information to the consumer. For more information, visit www.GrainFoodsFoundation.org.

SOURCE The Grain Foods Foundation

Sherry J. Basler