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Arrell Food Institute

Learn more about the Arrell Food Institute’s events and programs.

Shining a bright light into food quality

Dr. Maria Corradini, Arrell Chair in Food Quality along with University of Guelph PhD candidates Louis (Luigi) Colaruotolo and Angie Homez-Jara recently visited the Canadian Light Source to study the role of food microstructure in food quality, deterioration and shelf-life using its very unique and powerful light technology.

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Fertile Ground

The Next Green Revolution

Fertile Ground is the latest report in the series with Arrell Food Institute, RBC and Boston Consulting Group.

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Arrell Global Food Innovation Awards

Awarded annually since 2018, the Arrell Global Food Innovation Awards recognize unique approaches and achievements of individuals and organizations around the globe. The two prizes of $100,000 are awarded in these categories: research innovation and community engagement innovation.

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Arrell Cinema Series

Arrell Cinema Series presents the documentary First We Eat: Food Sovereignty North of 60 on March 30 at the Bookshelf Cinema. This is a free event which will include the film screening, panel discussion and reception.

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Deep Dish Dialogues explores food waste

On March 23 from 12 – 1 p.m., Deep Dish Dialogues will be discussing food waste with Chef Jagger Gordon, Bruce McAdams and Samantha Casey. Registration is now open.

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