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Local food to colleges

publication date: Jun 1, 2011
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Demand for local food has increased dramatically from all corners of American society in the past few years. And no one has been more active in demanding it than college students, who are required by contracts or practical necessity to eat at campus dining services. Many have decided they are sick of the usual cafeteria fare and are organizing for change.
From UCLA to Harvard, University of Minnesota to Appalachian State, and everywhere in between, colleges trumpet their local food initiatives, especially in marketing to prospective students.

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