Should foods considered "unhealthy" be taxed in order to subsidize the purchase of healthy foods? Are setting new dietary guidelines enough to help the public make healthier choices? How can we prevent food deserts and give more people access to healthy foods?
Friedman School graduates possess the skills and passion to make a real impact on food and nutrition policies both in the United States and around the world. Preparing students for careers in government, research, industry, and NGOs becomes all the more urgent as populations who need the most help are at highest risk for developing chronic disease.