Once you leave home to attend college or university, you can say goodbye to home-cooked meals and hello to mac 'n' cheese or instant noodles every single night. GW Bites is a company founded by Cristina Roman of George Washington University in the hopes of changing the way students eat.
GW Bites is a food delivery service for students at George Washington University that delivers healthier, home-style food, with every meal handmade by a GW student. Subscribers of GW Bites receive a weekly menu, and they can choose to "opt in" to a meal or not. Every meal costs about $11 and comprises of an entree, a main course and a dessert.
If you're a semi-starving George Washington University student who hasn't had a home-cooked meal in awhile, GW Bites provides a tasty and affordable solution. Here's hoping this concept appears in other schools across North America.