Michal Addady '15

Fair Trade Cafe

Every Wednesday at the Wohlsen Center, the Environmental Action Alliance sponsors something called Fair Trade Café. For a mere $4 you can get a delicious lunch of grilled cheese and soup, made fresh from organic ingredients. And if you just want the sandwich or you just want the soup, it’s only $2. Many students often complain about the food here (don’t worry, it’s not that bad). One of the complaints I tend to hear is that there aren’t enough fresh, organic options. While the options do exist, people are upset because we are so close to farm country that it seems all of our food should be organic and fresh. Fair Trade Café is a haven for those of us who love to eat organic. And honestly, where else are you going to find a quality lunch for such a low price? I don’t mean to sound like a commercial, but it’s my favorite meal that this campus has to offer. Even the location is great. They

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have seating both inside and outside, and I can’t think of anything more pleasant than enjoying a meal outside on a nice spring day. “Lovely” would be the perfect word to describe the experience.

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