An Argument Against Banning Junk Food at Ontario Colleges and Universities


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An Argument Against Banning Food in Ontario Colleges and Universities: Adult Status, Dietary Diversity, and the Free Market System of Private Academic Institutions
This study on food policy at the college/university level in Ontario will define why junk food should not be banned on campuses. While it has been proven that the banning of junk food in primary and secondary schools is a non-consensual problem for health ricks in children, higher education food does do not apply due to the adult’s ability to choose his or her foods. Also, the issue of dietary choice is also prevalent in the way many higher-level schools provide a wider diversity of junk foods and “healthy” foods in their institutions. Furthermore, the freedom of private free...
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