June 9, 2022

Food: Security and Insecurity with Dr. Natalie Riediger

Food: Security and Insecurity with Dr. Natalie Riediger

From working in a four generations family owned and operated grocery store in the inner city of Winnipeg to receiving 2020 Terry G. Falconer memorial Rh Institute Foundation Emerging Research Award, Dr. Natalie Riediger has been either working in or researching about food security. Natalie walks us through the Four Pillars that describe food security: availability, access, utilization, and stability. In her capacity as assistant professor of food and human nutritional sciences in the University of Manitoba’s Faculty of Agricultural and Food Services, Natalie is driving discovery in understanding how to effectively address nutrition-related health inequities among oppressed populations. Natalie speaks to the importance of advocating for policy as World Food Safety Day approaches on June 7, 2022.

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From working in a four generations family owned and operated grocery store in the inner city of Winnipeg to receiving 2020 Terry G. Falconer memorial Rh Institute Foundation Emerging Research Award, Dr. Natalie Riediger has been either working in or researching about food security. Natalie walks us through the Four Pillars that describe food security: availability, access, utilization, and stability. In her capacity as assistant professor of food and human nutritional sciences in the University of Manitoba’s Faculty of Agricultural and Food Services, Natalie is driving discovery in understanding how to effectively address nutrition-related health inequities among oppressed populations. Natalie speaks to the importance of advocating for policy as World Food Safety Day approaches on June 7, 2022.

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