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Food

Collage of Fawn Grove tomatoes can label and archival photos of canning

Book Pulls the Lid Off Canned Food’s History

Cupboard Staple’s Impact Goes Beyond the Dinner Table

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Microgreens

Making ‘Superfoods’ Prove It

UMD, USDA Researchers Document High Nutrient Levels in Microgreens

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manoushes

It’s Not Pizza—and That’s a Good Thing

Alum Brothers’ Bakery Puts a DMV Spin on Middle Eastern Staple

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Lunar New Year-themed macarons

A Smart Cookie

Young Alum’s Online Bakery Business Puts Sweet Spin on Celebrating Year of the Tiger

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Illustration of a holiday feast

Home(grown) for the Holidays

Dining Services Cooks Up a Terp-raised Feast Today

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From Old Traditions to Old Bay Turkey

Dining Services Chef Offers Unusual Recipes to Try This Year

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A masked cook puts three bowls of ramen noodles on a counter

A Ramen-Fueled Recovery

Chef and Restaurateur Alum Who Brought Authentic Japanese Noodles to D.C. Looks for Post-Pandemic Comeback

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Illustration of drone delivering food

How Drones Could Conquer Food Deserts

Terp Tech Innovators Named to Washington Business Journal’s 25 Under 25 List

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Collage of beer, cheese, pretzel, pickle, kimchi

New Fermentation Major to Support Maryland Craft Beverage, Food Industries

Students Will Explore Science Behind Ancient Method of Food Preservation

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Plate of chicken fingers with "It's All Good" written in ketchup

It’s All Good

How Terps Cooked Up Food Recovery Network 10 Years Ago and Grew It Into a Nationwide Hunger- and Waste-Fighting Force

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food waste

$6M in Grants Support Work to Create Biofuels, Bioplastics From Food Waste

UMD Researcher Seeks to Reduce Reliance on Fossil Fuels, Landfills

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Student gets food at dining hall

What You Need to Know in Fall 2021: Dining Services

In-Person, Anytime Dining Returns With New Chef-Driven Dishes

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