Frequently asked questions
What is Real Food?
Real Food is defined as food that is local/community-based, ecologically sound, humane or built on fair labor practices. These definitions are based on standards established by the national Real Food Challenge.
Why Real Food?
Real Food truly nourishes producers, consumers, communities and the earth. Shifting to Real Food will not only bring healthier and tastier food to our campus, but will also contribute to building a food system that is more just, sustainable and holistic.
What does NURF do?
How can I get involved with NURF?
Come to our weekly meetings in University Hall 418 at 6:00-7:00pm. There are no applications, interviews or barriers to carrying for our campus food system!