Jan. 12: Modest Food Price Increases Still Hard For Georgia's Poor. While many Georgians celebrate the news of low increases in food prices, some Georgians will still struggle.
Jan. 23: CSAs Bring Farm-fresh Food to Your Door. Had it with lettuce that's limp the day after you buy it? There is a way to fresher produce. It's called Community Supported Agriculture.
Feb. 23: Proposed Food Labels Add New Fat Warnings. Just when you figured out the new food pyramid and food labels, the Food and Drug Administration is proposing another change.
June 8: New 'Oven' Cooks Away Microorganisms on Fresh Chicken. University of Georgia scientists have found a new way to remove harmful pathogens from raw chicken before you buy it.
June 21: Edible Coatings Make Foods Healthier, Tastier. Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose may not sound appetizing. But scientists are making edible food coatings much more appealing.
July 21: Grim News About Diabetes in Georgia. A report by the American Diabetes Association and Georgia Department of Human Resources gave grave statistics about diabetes in Georgia.
Sept. 26: New 'Fake' Fats May Speed Patients' Recovery. Fat substitutes of the future may do more than reduce your fat intake, thanks to University of Georgia research.
11/20: Study Shows Peanuts, Pecans Good for Heart. Peanuts and pecans pack high calories, but researchers have uncovered added value that far outweighs the high calorie count.
11/21: Fight Fat With Fish, Say AHA Guidelines. The American Heart Association's new guidelines to help reduce heart-disease risk recommend: eat more fish to fight high cholesterol.
Dec. 11: UGA Sets $4.4 Million Food Science Expansion. UGA broke ground on a $4.4 million expansion of its Food Science and Technology Building on the Athens campus Dec. 12.