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Winners of the 2019 Arrell Global Food Innovation Awards

An organization that reduces hunger in South Africa and a plant scientist are the recipients for 2019.

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Growing Cuisine

Farmers play an important role in Canadian cuisine, bringing those many, diverse ingredients to our kitchens.

Sweet corn half shucked

Celebrating Canadian Cuisine

The Canadian Plate Challenge took the task of highlighting and elevating Canadian ingredients to a whole new level.

Chef Pierre plates food while his assistant looks on.

Made in Canada

The Senate’s report includes eight recommendations to develop Canada‚Äôs value-added food sector as a global leader in food innovation, transparency and sustainability.

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Eat Think Vote

Join Arrell Food Institute on Tuesday, August 13th to speak to federal candidates about food issues.

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Research Update: Future Food Systems

Investigating the socio-economic impacts and sustainability of future food product systems is the overarching theme of the three SSHRC grants awarded to Arrell Food Institute researchers this year.

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Canada’s new food policy means everyone’s at the table

The food policy aims to bolster the economic impact of the agri-food sector while tackling issues like waste and childhood hunger.

Canadian Flag flies over a vineyard.

FeedBack: Resilience in Agricultural Diversity

This interdisciplinary team decided climate change in agriculture needed more attention and banded together with the Ecological Farmers Association of Ontario to help raise awareness about the topic.

Abdul-Rahim Abdulai, Victoria Lesy, Matt Orton, Nicole Unterlander, and Abigail Van Reisen

New scholars join Arrell Food Institute

Five incoming students have each been awarded an Arrell Food Institute graduate scholarship worth $50,000 a year.

A collage of photos of the new Arrell Scholars

Food policy governance: A letter to the Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau

A letter on behalf of the National Food Policy Governance Working Group to draw attention to their joint proposal to create a new advisory body: the National Food Policy Council.

Image of strawberries overlaid with the logos of all the participating organizations listed in the letter