Dear 100 Hour Board,
Why does the Wyview creamery not sell frozen fruits and vegetables? I always end up having to go down to the one on 9th...
-Tryna Be Healthy
This article is about fresh produce at convenience stores in Washington, D.C., but I imagine the reasoning is similar: fruits and vegetables require refrigeration, an extra cost that may not be worth it, especially if the store doesn't sell that many fruits and vegetables. Since Heritage Halls doesn't have parking for residents (meaning that residents probably don't have a car), they probably feel more responsibility to provide a one-stop grocery shopping option within walking distance. The Wyview Creamery, on the other hand, seems intended to be more of a hold-you-over-until-you-can-get-to-a-real-store situation, so their inventory is going to be a little more limited.
But don't be discouraged! Perhaps you could be a voice for change on campus! Send an email, make a phone call, message BYU Dining Services on Facebook! You never know. I also found this link to a survey about BYU Meal Plans that you could take and suggest that the Wyview Creamery sell frozen vegetables.
Until then, last I heard, the Ryde still provides a shuttle to Macey's on Saturdays, which might be a more convenient solution for you than the Creamery on Ninth.
Good luck with the healthy eating!