This is 2.60€, and university students all around Finland can get a similar meal always for 2.60€. Why?

Because our social security agency subsidizes the price of lunch (that fulfills their nutritional requirements) to student lunch cafeterias around Finland, so that it'll cost any student just 2.60€ to eat healthy.

Because it turns out that if you make it very cheap for students to eat healthy every day, they'll actually eat healthy every day. That's a good thing for everyone.



I actually seek out local student cafeterias to eat when visiting other places in Finland, just to eat cheaper, lmao. And because some places serve "lunch" until 19 or 20, I'll often have lunch for dinner as well.

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