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Good time to consider sale of healthier foods at NTRCto the editor,
Posted September 25, 2012
With all of this talk about food concessions at the New Tecumseth Recreation Centre (NTRC), it brought back my personal feelings about food/diet.
Why are recreation centres serving such poor nutritional choices? Aren't they supposed to be places to get fit and healthy? Fries, nachos, chicken wings, alcohol, candy, etc. equals junk food.
You could argue that it is tradition, that these "treats" are
being offered as an incentive for people to come and spend time
exercising/socializing. However I have seen an alternative.
I had hopes during the construction of the NTRC that if there was going to be food served, that healthier options were going to be considered. Perhaps now?