You walk into your dining hall, hungry after a long day of classes and meetings. Although the lines are long due to the inevitable 6pm rush, you decide to stick it out and remain on line to get the warm food. Finally making your way to the front, you get a piece of grilled chicken, some broccoli, and mashed potatoes with a salad on the side. Perfectly balanced and healthy dinner, right? Maybe not. The meal you are about to eat may be genetically modified, industrially produced food.
Well, there goes your appetite. Continue reading “Real Food BC Cooks up an Appetite for Local Food on Campus”