Food Policy & Applied Nutrition

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Food Policy and Applied Nutrition

Kate Schneider

Kate Schneider is pursuing a PhD in Food Policy and Applied Nutrition. Her research interests are focused on understanding drivers of nutrition outcomes particularly for women and children to inform food, safety net, and agricultural policies and development interventions. Among these, a central question is how rural farming families in developing countries make food choices in response to prices, policies, the food environment, household production, and budget constraints.

Norbert Lance Weston Wilson

Norbert Wilson is a Professor of Food Policy in the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy.  His research centers on food choice, especially among individuals living with low incomes, and food waste. Norbert uses “nudges,” based on behavioral economics, to encourage selection of targeted (healthier) products at food pantries. Concerning food waste, Norbert uses experimental economics to explore how date labels influence future food waste. Additionally, he has worked on food safety and quality issues in international trade and domestic food systems.

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