From meal box subscription services to online and in-person specialty grocery outlets, the avenues from which Americans have available for food shopping have expanded widely in the past several years.
As interest in participating in these ... READ MORE
The last several years have been unpredictable for the cruise industry as its services became interrupted by the pandemic, and they were often the subject of negative media coverage due to COVID-19 breakouts, no sail orders, ... READ MORE
This year, Meat Week began on January 29 and runs until February 5. To celebrate, we are highlighting some recent research from the UF/IFAS Food and Resource Economics Department focused on understanding consumer perception of goat meat as a ... READ MORE
Dr. Olesya Savchenko, assistant professor in Food and Resource Economics, was recently awarded a Global Fellowship from the University of Florida International Center to conduct environmental economics research into invasive plant management ... READ MORE
The Biden Administration released the White House National Strategy on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health in September 2022, citing research by FRE associate professor Di Fang.
Fang’s research, conducted while at the University of Arkansas ... READ MORE
A new study in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) looks at geographic trends in opioid overdoses in the United States.
The study used a COVID-19 outbreak prediction model to determine where opioid-involved ... READ MORE
Food and Resource Economics associate professor Di Fang will be using agricultural economic research to explore the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on food insecurity and nutritional outcomes for those using Supplemental Nutritional Assistance ... READ MORE
Consumers prefer seafood entrees more transparent information at casual and fine dining restaurants.
Country of origin was unimportant, showing customer choices at restaurants differ from those made at grocery stores.
Consumers ... READ MORE