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    [The Daily Progress] Students at the University of Virginia are planning to ask dining officials to expand vegan options in the school’s dining halls. The
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 30, 2011
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      [The Daily Progress]

      Students at the University of Virginia are planning to ask dining
      officials to expand vegan options in the school’s dining halls.

      The students have been working with People for the Ethical Treatment
      of Animals’ student wing to collect signatures for a petition asking
      for the change, and are planning to deliver the document to dining
      officials soon. Vegans abstain from not only meat, but also from
      animal products and byproducts — milk and eggs, for example.

      Dining officials haven’t yet seen the petition, so they couldn’t
      comment on it directly.

      Nicole Jackson, who is marketing manager for UVa dining for ARAMARK,
      the company that contracts to provide the services, emphasized that
      the dining halls offer a variety of vegan selections.

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      full story:
      http://www2.dailyprogress.com/news/2011/apr/30/uva-students-ask-more-vegan-dining-ar-1008157/

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