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    You "Ask", I Answer: Food Courts

    Unfortunately, I think [the shortage of healthy options at the Bronx Zoo and other food courts is] due to convenience. I bet it’s much easier (and cheaper) to keep frozen hamburger meat than fruit/veggies/dairy. There’s less of a chance the frozen stuff will go bad. As for the hamburger buns? No idea. I worry what kind of preservatives are in it to keep it “fresh.”

    — Anonymous

    A great point to bring up. It is true that frozen items with long shelf lives are preferred over foods that spoil in a matter of days.

    That being said, here is some healthy fare that shouldn’t cause any problems for the zoo’s business model.

    Fruit smoothies (using frozen berries — no ice needed! — and long shelf-life milk)

    Healthy stir-frys (frozen frozen vegetables, brown rice, and spices).

    Whole wheat hamburger buns (most people can’t tell the difference, and the extra fiber won’t hurt them)

    Small boxes of raisins and small bags of pre-sliced apples (just like Subway sells)

    Plain unbuttered popcorn

    Healthy energy bars (i.e.: Lara, Clif Nectar)

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