Gustavus Adolphus College hosts its 46th Nobel Conference this week in St. Peter. The subject is a multifaceted look at food and agriculture around the world.

The college says some of the world’s leading experts on food will speak at the two-day conference called “Making Food Good” starting Tuesday.

They are scheduled to discuss everything from the stigmas of obesity to gender roles associated with agriculture in developing countries.

The speakers come from around the world, including the University of Delhi in India, the Global Crop Diversity Trust in Rome and American universities in Florida, New York and Michigan.