ASU research shows that food retailers who donate perishable items to food banks significantly increase their profit margins.
Morrison School of Agribusiness faculty received five grants to advance agriculture and food supply chain research.
ASU expert discusses the benefits of credit card rewards programs for groceries and travel.
An agribusiness expert explains the role dollar stores play in U.S. communities.
Are consumers willing to pay more for sustainably grown coffee? And if so, why? New research found that people’s motivations for being willing to pay more were mixed, but buying a sustainable product because it makes them feel good about themselves was the surprise front-runner.
What many are stocking up on at the grocery store looks a lot different these days.
As more and more of the stores open, it’s important to understand their impact on diets and local economies — and also the unique position they are in to help solve problems in our food systems.
An ASU agribusiness professor and fellow researchers wanted to see if the amount of farm families' off-farm work changed with the Affordable Care Act of 2009, which offers subsidies to make health insurance premiums more affordable for workers who don't have employer-sponsored insurance.
Assistant Professor Lauren Chenarides at the Morrison School of Agribusiness, along with other agricultural economists, examined the stumbling blocks people with low incomes face when shopping for nutritious food.
Over the years, Associate Professor Carola Grebitus saw increasing numbers of students dealing with anxiety. When her yoga hobby grew into wanting to train others in the calming practice, she found a ready audience.