University Of Houston-Downton: A Case Study

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The food service at University of Houston-Downton is terrible with only five fast food restaurants for a school of more of 14 000 students. With a record enrollment for UHD a better food court is needed for the high demand for food choices. The majority of foods on our campus are fast food with no meal plant for the benefit of the students who spend a great amount in tuition. Speaking of unhealthy food, four out of those five restaurants are considered bad for student’s health and with only one salad bar that runs out vegetables when the demand is high. Many of students face the issue of having to go out of school to eat because of the insipid food options at the food court causing them to leave campus, driving to restaurants and with this
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