By EMILY FORD, Salisbury Post

KANNAPOLIS, N.C. — People at the are hungry.

While several restaurants surround the biotechnology complex in downtown Kannapolis, the campus itself lacks a place to grab a snack or a quick bite to eat, other than a few vending machines.

“There are plenty of options, but not enough quick options,” said Beverly Jordan, director of community outreach for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Nutrition Research Institute.

UNC-Chapel Hill, one of nine schools on campus, wants someone to open a cafe. And the university is offering free space in the Nutrition Research Institute building.

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