Changing how we talk about food, one conversation at a time.
Conflicting information about food can leave us all scratching our heads, confused about what to think or who to trust.
One big reason for this misguided confusion is that scientists have generally done a poor job of communicating their work to consumers — and an even lousier job of listening to them.
A renowned and trusted leader in agriculture, Michigan State University is uniquely equipped to convene meaningful conversations around food, including where it comes from and its impact on our health and the planet.
By listening and talking more with each other, we will increase the understanding of the unprecedented food challenges facing our future and explore their potential fixes together.