Let’s face it: it can be expensive to buy produce when you’re grocery shopping. Anything that comes in a box is usually cheaper and easier, and it’s just so hard to resist junk food if you’re studying. What if there was a cheaper, easier way to have healthy foods readily available in residence?
The Dean’s Office is working with the UTSU and FoodShare Toronto to bring you Good Food Boxes. A program that provides fresh, local, and affordable produce. The program for UofT is currently organized through the UTSU, but we’re working in collaboration with them to have the Good Food Boxes delivered directly to the Woodsworth College Residence!
You can order a Good Food Box on the UTSU website and it will be delivered to the Woodsworth Residence Front Desk. Deliveries will be taking place every two weeks for the rest of the semester.
How can I order a Good Food Box?
To order visit http://utsu.cfs-services.ca/ to purchase your Good Food Box online. Payment methods: Visa/Mastercard. Set up a student account first and then click on the Good Food Box icon (across the top banner of options – in the navy header). This will take you to a page where you can order. *IMPORTANT* Once you’ve made an order, it is important that you request that your good food box be dropped off at Woodsworth College Residence (the default location is UTSU).
What does it cost?
Boxes range in price from $13-$34 depending on the size and contents.
There are several types and sizes of boxes:
$13 – The Good Food Box (small)
$18 – The Good Food Box (large)
$13 – The Wellness Box
$13 – The Fruit Box
$24 – The Organic Box (small)
$34 – The Organic Box (large)
When will the boxes be delivered?
Schedule for February / March:
Order deadline February 17 for delivery on February 26,
Order deadline March 3 for delivery on March 12, 2014
Order deadline March 17 for delivery on March 26, 2014
Where do I pick up the box?
Good Food Boxes will be available at the Residence Front Desk between 2pm-8pm on the delivery dates. If you are unable to pick up your box during that time, try to make arrangements with your roommates or don to pick up the box for you.
Why are we doing this?
Proper nutrition and dietary habits can be difficult and expensive to maintain. The Good Food Boxes provide an inexpensive and easy alternative for students living in residence.
For more information:
The UTSU GFB page: http://utsu.srv1.cfshosting.ca/good-food-box/
The Good Food Box brochure: http://www.foodshare.net/
Food Share Toronto’s page: http://www.foodshare.net/