We spend a lot of time examining food through a scientific lens, and while this work is critical to building better food systems, we’re grateful that Food Day Canada reminds us to take a moment to enjoy food.
Director of the Arrell Food Institute, Professor Evan Fraser, frames the context of Minister MacAuley’s announcement on May 29.
Paul Uys, Director, External of the Arrell Food Institute, reflects on the upcoming Food and Agriculture Business Seminar
The University of Guelph has received its single largest-ever gift, a $20-million donation from the Arrell Family Foundation.
New unit plans help teachers bring food waste research to the change-makers of the future.
Thanksgiving is the perfect time to celebrate the abundance of Canadian produce and to share it with others through family recipes.
A decades-long family cohort study is exploring how our eating habits are formed — and how we can change them for the better
The world has recently turned its attention to Venezuela, where a struggling economy combined with food shortages has raised tensions, resulting in the emergence of protests and deadly food riots.
The struggling Canadian currency, climate factors and consumer trends will all play important roles in the rising price of food in 2016
Food waste is a $31B problem in Canada alone. That’s like everyone in the country throwing $760 a year in the trash