Food systems, innovations, and good meals

The Swette Center for Sustainable Food Systems at Arizona State University is a knowledge hub developing innovative ideas and solutions to the many challenges of current food systems. Its vision is to contribute to work towards a world where all communities enjoy nutritious food produced from thriving, equitable and environmentally sustainable food systems.

As part of a new series to introduce affiliated faculty, Daniel Fischer was about his views on food systems, innovations, and what makes a good meal. The short interview is posted as part of the Food Systems Profiles on the Center’s website.

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