U.S. Steelmakers, can manufacturers and food processors commend the recommendations to eat more fruits, vegetables, beans and seafood in all forms.
New study confirms children and adults who choose canned fruits and vegetables have a higher intake of key nutrients.
Study being presented at Experimental Biology 2015 shows adults eat more total produce and key nutrients
New study reveals children who ate canned fruits and vegetables had higher total fruit and vegetable intake and a better overall diet.
New design offers fresh look and user-friendly tools for health professionals and government audiences.
The CFA commends Congress on passage of a five-year Farm Bill. The Bill lauds provision for canned, fresh, frozen and dried fruits and vegetables.
According to a new survey, customer confusion about canned food persists. Consumer perception contrary to USDA dietary recommendations and decades of nutrition science.
CFA commends the Nevada Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program for adding canned beans to its food package.
The Canned Food Alliance commends the U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program to "all forms" of fruits and vegetables, whether they are fresh, ...
Study reveals many canned foods offer more nutrients per dollar than fresh, frozen or dried
The Canned Food Alliance (CFA) commends the United States Department of Agriculture's (USDA) new and improved nutrition standards for school meals that will address the need ...
Less than half of Americans surveyed realize canned foods count toward dietary goals
The CFA commends the USDA on the new MyPlate food icon.
Summary of CFA's comments regarding the proposed rule to revise the meal patterns and nutrition requirements for the National School Lunch Program and National School ...
The Canned Food Alliance Applauds 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans
A summary of the CFA's comments regarding approaches to reducing sodium consumption.
Making Over America's Meals One Can at a Time: Canned Food Alliance Launches "Just Add One" Reci-Tips, Tools to Help Moms Make Healthier, Tastier Dishes Faster
Mealtime.org Urges Consumers to "Just Add One" for Added Value, Taste and Nutrition
Mealtime.org Makes it Easy to Just Add One Canned Ingredient for Added Value, Taste and Nutrition
Steel Can Continues to Be North America's Most Recycled Food Container
No need to sacrifice taste or nutrition for easy meals using one pot, five ingredients and ten bucks. "Kitchen Countdown" recipes marry ease, taste and nutrition without ...
The Canned Food Alliance answers the call for "Back to Basics" with Essential Kitchen Toolkit. According to Rutgers research, families want guidance on kitchen basics and make ...
After taking a peek inside family pantries, fridges, and freezers, Rutgers University researchers found that, in general, households are keeping nutritious foods on hand.
Rutgers University. New studies reveal insights into how moms differ in making food decisions that affect the entire family's nutrition.
WIC Recognizes Canned Foods Play an Important Role in Helping Moms and Kids Meet Nutrition Goals
Native Americans taught early American colonists the art of
simmering dried corn in ashes and water to create what is commonly
known by Southerners as hominy and by some natives in the Southwest
as "pozole." A mildly spicy Mexican soup called "posole," made from
hominy (or pozole) and diced green chilies, another Native American
ingredient, delivers a novel and nourishing twist to a traditional
vegetable soup. This dish could even make a great addition to a
Thanksgiving dinner, in honor of corn's rich history!