This research explores food and beverage in Tlogomas Malang, Indonesia. We analyzed perception for food and drink with a social approach and examined borax, formalin, and the heavy metal content of food and beverages in terms of scientific policy. In so doing, both qualitative and quantitative methods were employed. Data was analyzed descriptively. Our identification of food products included 25 food stalls. Sixty foods tested contained borax and formalin, and only one type of food was detected positive for borax and formalin. Findings also suggest that 20 food samples (1.67%) contained sauce, “terasi”, and “petis are not dangerous. The heavy metal test was carried out on all types of food, namely 80 food samples, and 74 of the 80 food samples tested showed positive results for Cu (copper) with a percentage of 92.5%. (copper). Meanwhile, 42 of the 80 food samples showed positive results for Pb (lead) with a percentage of 52.5% and showed negative results for other metals. The respondents in this research did not complain to vendors and managers. Also, the “Mamin” stall on campus has not been tested at the laboratory.