Summer 2018

Is It Time We All Ate Bugs?

Insects are nutritious, delicious, and good for the environment. They might also prove key to helping feed an increasingly hungry planet.

“I always said I would never eat a bug,” Carnie Wilson said, scrunching up >>

Not Too Cool for Farm to School

Farmers see value in helping their communities.

Farm-to-school programs help schools purchase fruits and vegetables directly from local farmers. But farmers >>

Tufts Nutrition Top 10

How we're using big data to improve health.

From fighting famine to improving food safety to providing a richer trove of material >>

Building a Brighter Food Future

As the Friedman School creates a hub of entrepreneurship, meet the students, faculty, and advisers working to transform the global food system through business thinking.

Welcome to the future of food: A mother looking for a heathier snack for >>

Still Life, With Vitamins

A collaborative course brings art, science, and community to the table.

Over the years, Silvia Bottinelli has asked her students to look at food in >>

From Small Plates to Big Ideas

At commencement 2018, a renowned chef and humanitarian shared his menu for a better world.

José Andrés is the only chef in the world with both a two-star Michelin >>

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Is It Time We All Ate Bugs?

Insects are nutritious, delicious, and good for the environment. They might also prove key to helping feed an increasingly hungry planet.

Building a Brighter Food Future

As the Friedman School creates a hub of entrepreneurship, meet the students, faculty, and advisers working to transform the global food system through business thinking.

Hard Work If You Can Get It

Livelihoods programs promise refugees a path to self-reliance, but how much they can truly help remains an open question.

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