Issue 65 (6)
Global Food Systems / Cereal Foods
Kevin B. Miller,1 PhD
There is a need to develop a more resilient food supply that is both nutritious and sustainable. From an agricultural perspective, there is increasing concern about depletion of the resources required to grow crops and raise animals humanely.
Kris Sollid, RD,1 Tamika Sims, PhD,2 and Allison Dostal Webster, PhD, RD3
Cereals and pulses make important contributions to carbohydrate and protein intakes.
Christopher P. F. Marinangeli, PhD, RD1
The interplay between environmental sustainability and reduced risk of chronic disease with dietary choices is often underpinned by the source of protein within a given dietary pattern.
James O. Eckberg and Steven T. Rosenzweig
The resiliency of cereal grain food systems is threatened by the agricultural degradation of natural resources.
Lucie Beckers1 and Bram Pareyt2
On May 30, 2020, SpaceX launched its first Falcon 9 rocket crewed mission and, with it, a new era of spaceflight in which low-Earth orbit is commercialized and private vehicles can now ferry people to and from space.
Anne Vissers,1,2,3 Gary Tucker,2 and Sarab Sahi2
Worldwide the food industry is under pressure to reduce caloric values of sweet bakery products such as cakes.
Cara Cargo-Froom,1,2 Anna-Kate Shoveller,1,3 Christopher P. F. Marinangeli,4 and Daniel A Columbus5,6
Pulses are a versatile group of nutrient-dense leguminous seeds. Alternatives to animal protein are required to meet the protein demands of a continuously growing human population.
Melvin R. Huber III1 and Kari Jänkälä2
In this article, the tools needed for applied near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy in field analysis of crops are discussed.
Cathy M. Wilson2
For Idaho wheat producers, sustainable agriculture includes conservation of natural habitat, rehabilitation of soils, protection of streams and waterways, and increasing wildlife populations.