Food Systems, Agriculture, and Climate Change

Some but not all U.S. metro areas could grow all needed food locally, estimates study

Some but not all U.S. metro areas could grow all needed food locally, estimates study

Researchers estimate potential for locally sourced food based on land needs for different diets
Equity Competency in Sustainable Food Systems Education

Equity Competency in Sustainable Food Systems Education

Addressing social inequities has been recognized as foundational to transforming food systems. Activists and scholars have critiqued food movements as lacking an orientation towards addressing issues of social justice. To address issues of inequity, sustainable food systems education (SFSE) programs will have to increase students’ equity-related capabilities. 
Study Illuminates Consumer Confusion About Whole Grain Labels

Study Illuminates Consumer Confusion About Whole Grain Labels

Researchers say results provide legal evidence for proposed changes in labeling regulations.
A National Moonshot on Nutrition Research

A National Moonshot on Nutrition Research

Learn more about the group making the case for a "moonshot" on national nutrition research. Leading nutrition and food policy experts outline a bold case for strengthening federal nutrition research in a live interactive session as part of NUTRITION 2020 LIVE ONLINE, a virtual conference hosted by the American Society for Nutrition (ASN).
How COVID-19 Affects Farmers and the Food Supply Chain

How COVID-19 Affects Farmers and the Food Supply Chain

COVID-19 has highlighted weaknesses and inequities in America’s food supply system, as well as the need to fix them.
COVID-19 Impacts on Agriculture, Food, and Nutrition

COVID-19 Impacts on Agriculture, Food, and Nutrition

William Masters, writing for econofact.org Impacts of COVID-19 on the food sector are among its most visible and important economic consequences.
Op-Ed: Food, Nutrition, and Covid-19

Op-Ed: Food, Nutrition, and Covid-19

How can your diet help "flatten the curve"? 
A National Strategy for Food and Nutrition Research

A National Strategy for Food and Nutrition Research

A new council at the Friedman School is recommending a national nutrition research moonshot.
Local, National, and Global Internships

Local, National, and Global Internships

Author Serena Baldwin is a second year M.S. student in the Division of Food and Nutrition Policy and Programs. When the last final exam of spring semester is complete and all term papers are submitted, students at Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy are eager to take their learnings out into the world. Summer internships provide a chance for students to apply their skills and knowledge to tackle health, nutrition, environmental, and social issues.
Meat Consumption: Myths and Facts

Meat Consumption: Myths and Facts

By Dariush Mozaffarian, Dean, Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy More than half of Americans who make New Year’s resolutions resolve to “eat healthier." If you’re one, you might be confused about the role meat should play in your health.