Aquaculture study

Seafood for everyone

A tiny fraction of oceans could satisfy the world’s fish demand, a new study finds.

UC Davis chicken tenders

How safe is chicken imported from China? 5 questions answered

What you should know before biting into cooked chicken meat sent to the U.S.

UC San Diego tuna

Why your tuna could have 36 times more pollutants than others

Location matters: Catches from highly industrialized areas are far more polluted than those in the West Pacific.

UCLA food facts

9 myths about healthy eating, busted

Does milk really do a body good? Should you cut carbs? A UCLA expert on nutrition has the answers.

Wine glass UC San Diego

Happy hour: A second drink linked to staying sharp in old age, new study finds

Older adults with moderate regular alcohol intake found more likely to live to 85 without dementia.

fat food UC Berkeley smell

Does smelling food make you fat?

Fatty food made mice double their weight — unless they lacked a sense of smell.

food movement UC Santa Cruz

Oldest university-based organic research and education facility turns 50

Looking back on the food movement and movers of 'the people's farm.'

Avocado UCSF

Why you might want to go easy on the avocado

'Good fats' may lead to fatty liver disease and other health problems, new research shows.

UC Merced ag exchange

UC Merced launches countywide food and ag exchange

Campus partners with CropMobster to help grow the local food economy and connect people in need.

Tomato varieties UC Davis

7 challenges for achieving global food security

UC Davis’ Helene Dillard leads the charge for more sustainable, equitable food systems.

Pages