Agribusiness

People who want salad or to dress up other foods with it have to pay more as the supply of leafy greens goes down.

What happens when terms that help us deal with difficult business challenges lose their meaning, but the issue itself is as urgent as ever, if not more so?

Associate Professor of Agribusiness Troy Schmitz answers questions about retaliation over tariffs affecting agricultural producers as deals are renegotiated.

Economist Tim Richards, the Marvin and June Morrison Chair in Agribusiness in the Morrison School of Business, and his co-author won the prestigious Elsevier Atlas Award for their research paper on innovative markets for food waste.

New research by Assistant Professor of Food Industry Management Carola Grebitus shows consumers misinterpret meat labels, making them willing to pay extra for “natural” steak when they’re unfamiliar with the U.S. Department of Agriculture definition.