Food

radishes

peppers

leafy greens


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For a full list of events and vendors visit at www.gvsu.edu/farmersmarket 

farmers market

farmers market

farmers market



Farm-to-Table

Our farm-to-table partnership with Campus Dining makes it possible for the Grand Valley community to experience the entire process of our food from field to work. Produce from the SAP is grown a short distance from where it is prepared and serves, which reduces transportation energy and allows the campus community to actually see where the food comes from. 


Buying Local

Fair Trade is a humane approach to goods produced in third-world and developing countries.

Fair Trade Certified goods ensure that farmers and producers are paid fair and adequate wages.

Buying Fair Trade products :

  • Raises the standard of living for producers in third-world countries
  • Pays farmers fair market wages
  • Builds communities through Fair Trade co-ops
  • Ensures ethical and humane treatment of farmers
  • Encourages sustainable agricultural development
  • Disallows slavery and child labor practices

Fair Trade certified coffee and tea is located at all Java City locations on campus. Look for the Fair Trade logo when choosing your coffee.

farm manager loads campus dining truck with produce from the SAP


Fair Trade Certified

Fair Trade is a humane approach to goods produced in third-world and developing countries. Fair Trade Certified goods ensure that farmers and producers are paid fair and adequate wages.

Buying Fair Trade products :

  • Raises the standard of living for producers in third-world countries
  • Pays farmers fair market wages
  • Builds communities through Fair Trade co-ops
  • Ensures ethical and humane treatment of farmers
  • Encourages sustainable agricultural development
  • Disallows slavery and child labor practices

Fair Trade certified coffee and tea is located at all Java City locations on campus. Look for the Fair Trade logo when choosing your coffee.

Grand Valley is the first university in Michigan to commit to using cage-free eggs exclusively, which began in the fall of 2010.

green dining certification