The Foundation for Food Integrity (FFI) is a 501(c)(3) public charity formed to fund food research and develop activities around consumer education and outreach about the production, processing and consumption of healthy, affordable food. By working with the entire food system, FFI aims to build consumer confidence and trust in today’s food system by sharing the commitment that not only is today’s food safe, affordable and nutritious, but that the food system is consistent with consumer values.
FFI’s mission is to conduct consumer food research and share these results with the public. In addition, the Foundation seeks to inform and engage the public on various elements of today’s food system that interest them. Today’s food system is consistently working to find balance between ethics, science and economics. Only through a balance of these food attributes will we grow a food system to be truly sustainable as well as supported by stakeholders and consumers.
What is the mission of the Foundation for Food Integrity?
FFI’s mission is to conduct consumer food research and share these results with the public. In addition, the Foundation seeks to inform and engage the public on various elements of today’s food system that interest them.
What does the Foundation do?
Fund consumer research about today’s food in a manner that evaluates progress and supports scientific claims of improvement.
Fund food informational materials that engage the public and provide new methods of communicating in innovative ways to build trust.
Fund food educational and outreach programs aimed at informing today’s consumer about the food they eat.
What is the FFI’s charitable status?
FFI is a 501(c)(3) public charity organization. Contributions to FFI are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
Every Foundation gift, no matter the size, is appreciated.
How can I contribute to FFI?
Contributions to FFI can be made online or can be mailed.
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