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Food Studies: College students plant seeds of change

Food Studies: College students plant seeds of change

Food Studies features the voices of volunteer student bloggers from a variety of different food- and agriculture-related programs at universities around the world. You can explore the full series here . Photo: Anna Zeide If you've ever visited the University of Wisconsin, you've probably eaten some Babcock ice cream , perhaps while enjoying a sunset on the Terrace . It's just one of those things that people do. But last week, some of the students in the food ethics class I student-teach began to ask questions about how Babcock ice cream is produced -- whether it's organic, how many processed ingredients it includes, if all the milk is produced locally, whether the cows are happy, and so on. We decided that we'd take some time during our next class session to do a little digging, including finding the contact information of the dairy store or food science administrators who...

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