Allinfoodz covers a variety of food, and foodservice-related topics that aim to answer core questions regarding our food decisions: How, and why we eat food? The process of creating, serving, and eating food can be a personal or social event. Most people think about food frequently during any given day. Furthermore, there are often underlying reasons that might drive how we make our food choices and decisions, whether we are consuming, or offering food to others.
Allinfoodz provides a space to share varied and all-inclusive food choice research, stories, narratives and experiences, so that we can learn from each other.
It’s a Lifestyle
“It’s a Lifestyle” – Latisha Franklin, Graduate Student in the Biochemistry and Molecular Biology program at Penn State University, discusses how the body recognizes good or bad foods and how eating whole and healthy foods helped her.
What does Cafe Laura at the School of Hospitality Management mean to me?
“What does Café Laura Mean to Me?” – Kaitlynn Spragle, Student and assistant to All in Foodz at Penn State Univ., interviews patrons of Café Laura at the School of Hospitality Management to find out what the café means to them.
Robots in Foodservice
“Robots in Food Service” – Dr. Amit Sharma, Associate Professor and Director of the Food Decision Research Lab at Penn State University, introduces Mr. Dan Hendroid, Director of Nutrition and Food Service Operations at University of California - San Francisco Medical Center. Mr. Hendroid answers questions in regards to food service and the use of robots in the 289 bed facility.
Alumni Food Experiences
“Alumni Food Experiences” – Antoinette Gordy-Smith, student and assistant to All in Foodz at Penn State Univ., interviews Ms. Maria Kim, SHM Alumni and Industry & Career Services Coordinator, discusses her experiences with food as a student.
Alumni Food Experiences part 2
“Alumni Food Experiences” – Antoinette Gordy-Smith, student and assistant to All in Foodz at Penn State Univ., interviews Sean McGinley, SHM Alumni, discussing his experiences exploring the different cultures in and around Penn State University.
Happiest When Healthy
“Happiest when Healthy” – Courtney Rayappu discusses her positive and negative relationship with food from childhood through adulthood