Commencing in 2016, the new Bachelor of Food Studies offered at William Angliss Institute is sure to appeal to a broad range of enthusiastic people wanting to enter the food industry – but not in the traditional modes of cheffing or catering.  Instead this new dedicated undergraduate 3 year course offers a novel, contemporary and innovative approach and responds to the dynamic and changing nature of the food industry.   Issues shaping food policies, research and development into new food  sources for population groups.   Graduates look likely to be equipped with the capabilities and problem solving skills required to help consumers, food manufacturers, commercial, agricultural, government and non-government organisations make decisions and meet  their current and future food supply demands.  Read more here