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Sunday December 4th

Food


Student activists from the UNC Student/Farmworker Alliance protest Wendy's  in front of  the Wendy's in the bottom of the Frank Porter Graham Student Union in on Thursday, Oct. 25, in Chapel Hill, NC. The student alliance demanded the removal of Wendy's from the campus due to the alleged injustices and human rights abuses of farmworkers through the Fair Food Program.

UNC Student-Farmworker Alliance protests Wendy's on campus

A protest march consisting of UNC students and local community members and farmworkers occurred Thursday afternoon. They were protesting the Wendy's in the Student Union because of the corporation's refusal to sign the Fair Food Program, a series of agreements designed to protect those in the farming industries.

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B. Good opened next to Target on Franklin, and serves food from sustainable sources.

Eat good. Feel good. B.GOOD.

B.GOOD is the latest restaurant to call Chapel Hill home. The joint boasts fast and healthy meals that create an atmosphere that feels like home. Many students have frequented the restaurant since it recently opened and enjoy its kale smoothies, milkshakes and other healthy eats. 

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Jamil Kadoura, owner of Mediterranean Deli, smiles as he finishes preparing a plate for a customer. 

Med Deli owner shares his optimism for a mended community despite recent protests

If you don't love Mediterranean Deli, you've at least heard of it. Characterized by its huge serving plates piled high with colorful, fresh delicacies and its sunny staff, the restaurant brings cuisine steeped in culture to Chapel Hill and beyond.  Med Deli brings people together over authentic food, but the restaurant's founder hopes people do more than share a meal between friends; he hopes it uplifts the community as it uplifted him. 

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Staff Writer Laura Brummett tries Trolly Stop's new veggie burger.

First-Years' Guide to Franklin

Among all the new places to master this year, let the Franklin Street food scene be one of them.  When you’re sick of meal swipes and run out of the stolen snacks from FallFest, The Daily Tar Heel has you covered for navigating the wealth of restaurants on Franklin Street. 

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