By Gloria Nzeka
The MSU College of Agriculture and Natural Resources launched a series of science-based community conversations around food, called “Our Table”.
The aim is to help consumers make informed choices as far food and nutrition is concerned. The first discussion focused on the science behind GMOs, and how food labeled as “non-GMO” are not always indicators of healthy food.
On the panel were:
- Alison Bernstein, assistant professor, MSU College of Human Medicine, and founder, Science Moms
- Jennifer Carter-Johnson, associate professor, MSU College of Law
- Paul Thompson, MSU W.K. Kellogg Chair in Agricultural, Food and Community Ethics
- Felicia Wu, John A. Hannah Distinguished Professor, MSU Department of Agricultural, Food and Resource Economics, and MSU Department of Food Science
Listen to the discussion here