Mike Doyle, director of UGA Center for Food Safety, holds a bowl of spinach. CAES News
Physicians can play key role in preventing foodborne illness, says UGA's Mike Doyle
Doctors orders can affect attitudes towards food safety.
CAES faculty ready themselves for a summer of international travel
CAES Office of Global Programs supports international collaboration with travel grants.
University of Georgia scientist CAES News
UGA Web-based genome tool quickly identifies salmonella bacteria types
Quick identification is key to solving mysteries around foodborne illnesses.
Kirk Kealey, the new director of the University of Georgia' Food PIC Center, has launched more than 200 products, most of them beverages like a Mountain Dew for Russia, an apple soft drink for China and a mango juice drink now sold in Lebanon. Through these experiences he learned the numerous steps necessary to create a product consumers will accept. CAES News
UGA hires director for Food Product Innovation and Commercialization Center
Kirk Kealey brings three decades of product development experience to UGA position.
Mark Harrison - professor and graduate coordinator - University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences CAES News
Mark Harrison receives University of Georgia's Meigs Professorship
Food scientist recognized by UGA for excellence in undergraduate, graduate teaching.
By taking kids to the grocery store and encouraging them to help in meal planning, shopping and food preparation, they can learn positive eating habits and become empowered to try new foods and make smarter food choices. CAES News
Healthy labels do not translate into healthier diets
The rise of health conscious food marketing is not making Americans healthier.
UGA CAES Office of Global Programs hosts African Borlaug Fellows to study aflatoxin
Visiting scientists work with UGA to build a safer food supply around the world.
A platter of dark and white meat turkey. CAES News
Don't let leftovers linger too long
The lifespan of leftover turkey is four days.
Communication key when hosting people with food allergies
Talking about food allergies before Thanksgiving dinner could save a life.