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December 12, 2023
MSU researchers explore the market potential of edible weeds, particularly purslane, aiming to generate new income for farmers, promote sustainability by reducing herbicide use, and gather consumer feedback on purslane dishes.
August 7, 2023
Our PATH team students (Chidimma Ifeh, Olivia Schwintek, Hannah Kempf [not pictured], and Lynn Weeks) took 3rd place among finalists in the Developing Solutions for Developing Countries competition at the Institute of Food Technologists' Annual Event & Expo with their presentation of “Frutta-Sorgho: An Instantly Nutritious Blend of Indigenous Knowledge and Western Technology Co-Developed with Senegal Women Farmers”. Read article
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