Min Hyun Maeng
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Min Hyun Maeng is a research and communications intern for Food Tank. She holds an M.Sc. in International Health Policy from London School of Economics in the United Kingdom and an M.S. in International Health from Uppsala University in Sweden. She did her B.S. in Food & Nutrition at Yonsei University in South Korea. She is currently based in Seoul, Korea and joined Food Tank because she wanted to write about food. Her interests include food security, food environment, and healthy and sustainable diets.

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