Residents hunger for more information about genetically modified food

Research from the latest pubic opinion poll on food production practices revealed that fewer than half of Floridians would purchase genetically modified food or clothing even if it cost less or was their favorite food. Learn more about Floridians' opinions of genetically modified food.

Opinion leaders impact the local food movement

With local food sales totaling over $6 billion in 2012, the economic impact that could occur through local food is clear. Public perception plays a vital role in gaining the public's support of the local food movement. Results from a recent study help define opinion leadership and the role that opinion leaders could play in supporting local food.

Floridians hunger for food safety

Floridians say they are concerned about food waste in their home and feel responsible when it comes to preventing food borne illnesses. Learn more about the opinions of Floridians when it comes to food waste and safety.

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Using social media platforms can be an effective method to help spread your organization’s message. However, groups often create social media accounts without understanding the impact they can have. Are your social media platforms making an impact? Are you currently using an...
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