Survey: Moms rely on peers for food information

12/26/2012 | MediaPost Communications

Mothers rely more heavily on the opinions of bloggers and friends than on doctors or nutritionists for information about food and food-safety issues, according to a survey from Fleishman-Hillard and TheMotherhood.com. The survey also found that moms plan to cut back on sugar, processed foods and soda in 2013 and that nearly 4 in 5 read food labels.

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