College uses Homegrown Beef

June 2008
FoodService Director;6/15/2008, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p14
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The article reports that Wartburt College in Waverly, Iowa, has started using homegrown food, particularly. School Director of Dining Services Margaret Empie wanted to warm her staff to the idea of using locally produced food, so she decided to buy a local cow so she could have it raised to her specifications. She asserted that the flavor of the meat is excellent.


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