Health Management Reports
Cogent Genomics Attitudes & Trends (CGAT™) is a periodic survey of Americans’ attitudes toward using genetic information for health optimization. By exploring and tracking Americans’ awareness, acceptance, and preferences of the emerging science of genomics, CGAT™ provides organizations with the intelligence necessary to develop and market lucrative products and services, as well as stay abreast of new opportunities and barriers in the genomics marketplace. Click here to learn more.
The 2010 IFIC Foundation Food & Health Survey is the fifth annual national quantitative study designed to gain insights from consumers on important food safety, nutrition, and health-related topics. The research provides the opportunity to gain insight on how consumers view their own diets, their efforts to improve them, how they balance diet and exercise, and their actions when it comes to food safety practices. Cogent Research has conducted the survey since the initial wave in 2006, and provides consumer insights to guide and shape future education and communication initiatives as well as trend data to measure the progress made toward achieving public health goals. Click here to learn more and access the full report.
International Food Information Council (IFIC) Foundation
IFIC Foundation Food Label Consumer Research Project
Today’s food labels provide nutrition information to help consumers make food choices to achieve a healthful diet. The Nutrition Facts Panel (NFP) contains serving size, calorie, and nutrient information, as well as Daily Values (DVs) for key nutrients. Given the goal and components of the NFP, the IFIC Foundation launched the Food Label Consumer Research project in 2006 with the overarching goal of enhancing consumers’ ability to make informed, balanced diet choices using the NFP.
The Food Label Consumer Research is a three-phase project with both qualitative and quantitative phases. Click here to review the Summary Report of these phases.