Reducing the amount of food that we waste by just a third could feed all the food-insecure people in this country.”
Emily Broad Leib
Director of the Food Law and Policy Clinic at Harvard Law School
As a Graduate School of Education professor, Anthony’s research focuses on low-income undergraduates and explores food insecurity on college campuses.
In a dual degree program with Harvard Chan School and the Graduate School of Design, Nina explored the intersection of community health and agriculture.
Along with other researchers at Harvard School of Engineering and Harvard Chan School, Kit found a way to package fresh foods that extends their shelf life and eliminates microbial contamination.
Cooking like a scientist
Graduate School of Education alum Kate Strangfeld started Bite Sized Education to engage secondary students in science. Her goal is to empower students to “think like a scientist” through food and cooking.
Resetting the table
This Peabody Museum exhibit explores food choices and eating habits in the United States, including the sometimes hidden but important ways in which our tables are shaped by cultural, historical, political, and technological influences.
These members of the Harvard community are making waves in the culinary world. They’ve shared some of their favorite recipes, so get cooking!
Harvard food groups
Students, alumni, faculty, and staff are researching, exploring, and experimenting with food and nutrition.
Food for free
In a typical week during the academic year, Harvard may donate up to 2,500 pounds of quality food to a local nonprofit focused on families in need.
Science and cooking lecture series
The lectures pair Harvard professors with celebrated food experts and renowned chefs to showcase the science behind different culinary techniques.
Explore more of the food and nutrition organizations, exhibits, and clinics at Harvard.
Our culinary world
Food in the news
A coordinated vision for food policy
Food insecurity and food deserts in the US
Food prices and inflation
Creating meat alternatives
Relocating farmland to cut carbon emissions
Free meals for all students
American foodways and the history of enslavement
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