Reintroduce Affordable And Tasty Food Options to the NIC cafeteria at Timberline!

Reintroduce Affordable And Tasty Food Options to the NIC cafeteria at Timberline!

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Timberline Student S started this petition to NIC Cafeteria Accessed by Timberline Students and

If you are seeing this petition, it is probably safe to say you know what it is about: most of us students at Timberline who access the NIC cafeteria bought one of two things: fries, or fries and chicken strips. 

Unfortunately for many, the NIC cafeteria and NIC culinary arts program decided to remove the fries/chicken strip meal options from the menu every day except for Fridays.

This is understandable if they were an unpopular item and/or they were replaced with another option around the same cost, however today, we are left with one option for hot food on Mondays through to Thursdays: whichever $12 meal the culinary arts program students have cooked.

 

Though the food is usually alright, this is quite the monetary jump and is unattainable for most students whom were accustomed to paying $4 to eat some warm, tasty, filling fries for lunch. For students who bought fries from the cafeteria everyday, this means a jump in lunch costs from $20/week to a whopping $60/week.

For many, the removal of the fries wasn't upsetting because they had no fries, but because of the lack of other affordable warm options.

By gaining your signature- and hopefully many others- the idea is to bring this petition to the NIC cafeteria and NIC culinary arts program and, hopefully, show them that customers severely miss our tasty, affordable, warm lunch option and ask them to find some way to possibly bring back a fan favorite, or find some way to introduce a new affordable, warm option for us students.

Please feel free to leave a message in the "I am signing because...." section telling about why you take issue with the decision made the the cafeteria!

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