Research spearheaded by USC Dornsife’s Public Exchange suggests that rates of food insecurity may be underreported by as much as one-third and that surveying more frequently to ask people about their recent experiences could produce better results.
New USC Viterbi research harnesses online menu data to draw a detailed nutrition map of the region.
Consumers may need to consider more cost-effective alternatives as compounding economic crises make it more expensive to enjoy holiday traditions we know and love. USC experts explain.
Grandmas featured in documentary Abuelita’s Kitchen discuss their journey and connection to native foods at a USC Fisher Museum of Art screening.
USC Dornsife’s Sarah Portnoy provides a guide to L.A.’s culinary history, its cultural shifts and its transformation.
USC Professor Valter Longo and a colleague describe the “longevity diet,” a way of eating that considers food composition and calorie intake as well as the length and frequency of fasting.
Zac Coughlin, who earned his bachelor’s degree in communication in 2021 at USC Annenberg, has gone on to become one of the few Black bakers in Los Angeles.
The familiar tents are back after nearly two years because of the pandemic. For hungry students and staff, they’re a welcome sight.
For some patients, risk is nearly 50% higher than those with access to a heathy diet, a USC study finds.
Nearly 1 million Los Angeles County residents are still food insecure, according to a new report spearheaded by USC Dornsife’s Public Exchange.