UC Global Food Initiative 30 Under 30 winner Katie Stagliano (center) founded Katie's Krops as a 9-year-old.

30 Under 30: The girl who wants to end hunger

Katie's Krops founder Katie Stagliano is the youngest among the UC Global Food Initiative's 30 Under 30 winners.

How to read the new nutrition label: 6 things you need to know

UC experts weigh in on what displaying added sugars, among other changes, could mean.

Children at Ygnacio Elementary School in Concord pick up lunch from a new serving counter.

School kitchen grants enable kids to make healthy food choices

New equipment helping schools around the country to serve fresher, healthier and more appealing food to students.

UC Davis mobile apps

UC Davis: In an app store near you

These entrepreneurial graduates mix mobile innovation with public service.

Hamutahl Cohen is one of five UC Santa Cruz students to receive UC Global Food Initiative fellowships for the 2016-17 academic year.

Five UC Santa Cruz students receive Global Food Initiative fellowships

Fellows will work to improve student food security, expand experiential learning opportunities and disseminate information on the campus’s work in agroecology.

Hackathon aims to solve real agriculture and food problems

Apps for Ag event July 15-17 to be hosted by UC ANR and California State Fair.

Researchers discovered that a variant of a gene called DRD2 could predispose people of Asian descent to crave certain types of food.

Some Asian Americans are predisposed to want more carbs

UCLA research could point toward strategy for combating rapidly increasing obesity rate among those of Asian descent.

The La Mesa Verde program in San Jose helps low-income families to establish their own vegetable gardens

Urban gardens improve food security

Growing food in community and home gardens can provide people with more access to fresh vegetables for a healthier food supply, study finds.

UCSF Brain weight loss

Want to lose weight? Train the brain, not the body

Emotional brain training can help you break the stress-obesity connection, a UCSF professor says.

Students pick up food at the Bistro in the Segundo Dining Commons at UC Davis.

UC Davis to switch to university-managed food service

Campus will join seven other UCs that run their own food services.

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