Food Techs on the Fast Track
by Anna María Pérez-Wright
NMSU's human nutrition and food science program prepares students for high-tech health and food industry careers.
Even the most neat and organized kitchens can harbor food safety hazards. How does your kitchen measure up?
Bottling the Bounty
by D'Lyn Ford
An NMSU food technology specialist helps New Mexico's food processors make sure their products are both tasty and safe.
Eating For Life
by Kevin Robinson
With a personal approach to education, NMSU's Cooperative Extension Service is helping New Mexicans cope with the ills of poor nutrition.
Big News for Nuts: Pecans Make Headlines
by Natalie Johnson
Stop the presses! NMSU researchers find that eating pecans can lower bad cholesterol.
- A lifetime of success
- It's in the bones (Winter 2001)
- Flavorful 4-H (Winter 2001)
- A kitchen for the community (Winter 2001)
- Help, my mouth's on fire! (Winter 2001)
- Nutrition education: a 21st century lifesaver