Students who live on North Campus have easier access to free groceries thanks to U-M’s Maize & Blue Cupboard (MBC), the College of Engineering, Student Life, and Ann Arbor-based Food Gatherers.
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The U.S. Department of Agriculture offers a nationwide program to help people who are struggling with food insecurity. The national name for the program is Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). In Michigan, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services oversees SNAP.
Have you ever heard someone mention the words “gluten free”? Or maybe you’ve seen it on a food label? Read on to learn more!
A great part of being in college is that it opens you up to tons of new perspectives. This can be true about a lot of different things, but particularly about food.
Most Americans have heard of the USDA and their Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGAs). But not many people are truly aware what these DGAs are, and how they are determined. Luckily, this article should provide answers to some of those mysteries!
Chef Mohamed Alqamoussi from the Humane Society of the United States recently visited the University of Michigan campus to further educate Michigan dining culinary staff on the importance of plant-based diets and the environmental impact of reduced red meat consumption.
Have you ever uttered the words, “This is so addicting!” when talking about a highly processed or sugary food? I mean, who can eat just one yummy treat at a time? This sentiment may not be far from the truth.
The food we eat not only impacts our health, but also the health of our planet. To learn more about how the food you eat every day can have long-term consequences on our planet, keep reading!
Water is responsible for so many functions in the body that we may not often think about!
Almost everyone has been told at least once in their life that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. That being said, not everyone is a morning person.