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Dr. Sarah Duni discusses food security in Toronto Star article

Family Community and Social Services (FCSS) Instructor Sarah Duni talks about issues related to hunger in an Op-Ed recently published by the Toronto Star. Duni argues that with proper policy intervention, food insecurity and food waste in Canada can be significantly reduced and further addressed.


Dr. Duni is a professor in the Family and Community Social Services program at the University of Guelph-Humber and has a combined 10 years’ experience in the non-profit sector and higher education. She holds a PhD in policy studies and her research focuses on food policy. Dr. Duni Sarah also teaches a study abroad course in Italy called “Food for Thought,” which explores Canada’s food system in comparison with that of Italy.


Read the article here.