|Submission Date||April 21, 2016|
University of Ontario Institute of Technology
OP-7: Low Impact Dining
Asset and Sustainability Planner
Office of Campus Infrastructure and Sustainability
Percentage of total dining services food purchases comprised of conventionally produced animal products:
A brief description of the methodology used to track/inventory expenditures on animal products:
This is based on our most recent purchase analysis at Durham College / UOIT which was for 12 months ending Sep 2015.
Does the institution offer diverse, complete-protein vegan dining options at all meals in at least one dining facility on campus?:
Does the institution provide labels and/or signage that distinguishes between vegan, vegetarian (not vegan), and other items?:
Are the vegan options accessible to all members of the campus community?:
A brief description of the vegan dining program, including availability, sample menus, signage and any promotional activities (e.g. “Meatless Mondays”):
The Fresh Food company Dining Hall offers the vegan, vegetarian options, also individual support and attention is available for students with food allergies, intolerance, and special dietary needs.
A brief description of other efforts the institution has made to reduce the impact of its animal-derived food purchases:
The website URL where information about the vegan dining program is available:
Annual dining services expenditures on food:
Annual dining services expenditures on conventionally produced animal products:
Annual dining services expenditures on sustainably produced animal products:
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