미국대학교에서 쓴 엣세이입니다. 마지막 드레프트라 그래머는 완벽합니다.
Effect of junk food
The purpose of this project is to convince audience the importance and impact of school diet, particularly for WSU students. The goal of this proposal is to encourage school food institutions to introduce a newer and healthier meal plan. In addition, the project should mainly focus on the quality, variety and availability of new meal plan. Also, this process is very important for people who usually eat junk food because the people not only protect their own health body but also make aware of junk food. Audiences who will be most concerned in this matter are WSU students, and any others who frequently utilize the school cafeterias
Another example is St. Olaf College. As one of Minnesota’s most expensive schools, St. Olaf’s has for years tried to give students their money’s worth when it comes to food. Abrahamson, general manager, buys all its fruits, vegetables, and herbs from STOGROW, the student-run organic farm. He sources his meat and poultry from neighboring farms to ensure that it’s been raised without antibiotics or growth hormones. Apples are grown at an orchard just minutes from campus, and milk supplied by Hastings Creamery, a cooperative of family-owned dairy farms in Hastings, MN, about 20 miles from St. Olaf. Plus, after meals, all the waste goes into St. Olaf’s industrial composter and the compost is cycled back into STOGROW. St. Olaf College cares mostly about freshness of the food and health effect in their cafeteria. The foods are very organic and fresh (“The Best College Food”).
Ik-hwan Cha. Personal interview. 1st to 3rd June. 2010.
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