Patrons of the campus farmers’ market Thursday will see — and taste — what students help bring to the table.
Clients of the Enactus program CookStart, which assists entrepreneurs to open their own food-based businesses, will be selling their products at the final market of the winter semester. The 12-week program provides free one-on-one consultation with student volunteers.
“Our consultants work with their individual clients to create a business plan, logo and business card, website, social media platforms as well as attain their food handler certificate,” says project manager Brunilda Gjini, a third-year business student.
The farmers’ market runs 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 30 in the CAW Student Centre Commons.