Malawi, U.S. students innovate food systems frugally

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A group of Michigan State University students and faculty working with the Global Center for Food Systems Innovation went to Malawi recently to start two weeks of research and education.

The Frugal Innovations Program, brought the MSU students together with students from LUANAR University in Malawi to study food system problems in that southeastern African country.

The students represent a variety of disciplines, and will be searching for solutions to issues in Malawi that can be implemented frugally.
We caught up with two of the MSU students, Kevin Mills and Jodie Zhu, before they headed out.

Listen to the podcast here.

Photo: Kevin Mills

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