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The new Salubrious dining concept at KVCC offers diners customizable rice or noodle bowls and wraps incorporating fresh product from the school’s own farm.

Community college farm doubles as education, culinary resource

The 120-acre farm at Kennebec Valley Community College is a key resource for the academic program but also supplies the school’s kitchens with fresh product.

The 120-acre farm that sits on one of the two campuses of Kennebec Valley Community College (KVCC) in Maine has been a key education tool for students pursuing degrees in agriculture, food processing, and even culinary arts and sustainability practices.

More recently, it has also begun serving another practical purpose: supplier to the campus dining operation, which is managed by the FitzVogt division of Aladdin Food Service, a unit of Elior North America. In peak months, the farm sup

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