This plan involves the clearing of soda machines and vending machines loaded with junk food. Instead, we could work a deal with a health food brand to stock the campus machines with healthy snacks and drinks. They'd be located in all high-traffic areas. One big reason students don't eat healthy is because of the cost of healthy food. For a broke student, the 1.50 Pepsi is more appeasing than the 2.50 Odwalla juice. Another facet of this plan is to negotiate with the companies to offer the snacks at a reduced price. It won't be so low that they won't profit, maybe a bit above wholesale. For instance, if an Odwalla smoothie costs $1.15 to make and costs $1.75 wholesale, it would be in the machines for around $1.80-$2.00. This would help students live healthier. Then we combine this with campus displays of the products. Maybe Soyjoy comes to the campus and hands out free samples of the bars and puts the Soyjoy products in the machines on sale for a week or so. This is just a small move towards a healthier campus.