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The Grain Foods Foundation (GFF) is the only organization devoted to promoting the consumption of grain-based foods. GFF is a joint venture of the baking, milling and allied trade industries. It is committed to nutrition education programming that is firmly rooted in sound science and engages with healthcare professionals, media, policymakers, consumers and investors alike.
GFF advocates for ALL grain foods and believe everybody needs grain food to enjoy a happy and healthy life.
The board of trustees of the Grain Foods Foundation has announced the promotion of Erin E. Ball as the foundation’s Executive Director
Ball will lead the group in its mission to serve the grain foods manufacturing, flour milling, and allied trades industries as the hub for science-based,
New Study Finds No Relationship Between High Intake of Refined Grain Foods and Risk of Cardiovascular Disease￼
A new study recently published Trends in Cardiovascular Medicine reveals that consuming high intakes of refined grain foods does not increase one’s risk of cardiovascular
A commentary just published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings presents data showing no evidence linking refined grain consumption with risk of developing type 2 diabetes (T2D).
The new campaign is designed to deliver real-life solutions to health influencers and consumers so they can easily adopt grain food products into a healthy
Ms. Ball assumes position after serving as Director of Public Relations and Science for nearly 10 years. January 26, 2022 – Washington, DC – The Grain Foods Foundation (GFF) is
Grain Foods Foundation Welcomes Gut Microbiome Expert Stephen Lindemann, PhD, to Scientific Advisory Board
Lindemann to use significant knowledge of microbiology to assist with programming and initiatives related to the gastrointestinal microbiome September 30, 2021 – Washington, D.C.
New study reveals the removal of specific refined grains from diets can lead to an increased percentage of Americans not meeting recommendations for several shortfall