|Submission Date||March 2, 2020|
University of Vermont
IN-8: Dining Services Certification
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Is at least one on-campus dining hall or food service outlet certified by one or more of the following organizations?:
|Yes or No|
|Food for Life (Food for Life Served Here award)||No|
|The Food Recovery Network (Food Recovery Verified)||Yes|
|The Green Restaurant Association (GRA) (Two Star or higher)||No|
|Green Seal (GS-55 Standard for Restaurants and Food Services)||No|
|Leaders for Environmentally Accountable Foodservice (LEAF)||No|
|Responsible Epicurean and Agricultural Leadership (REAL)||No|
|Sustainable Restaurant Association (Food Made Good, Two Stars or higher)||No|
|An equivalent third party certification approved by AASHE||No|
Approximately what proportion of on-site food service outlets (by location or sales) are third party certified?:
A list or brief description of each certified dining hall or food service outlet, including the certification earned:
The following are Food Recovery Verified
Brennan’s is campus dining destination that features breakfast all-day, local burgers, fries, classic sandwiches, local salads and milkshakes.
A UVM's warm and welcoming gourmet coffee house featuring Speeder & Earl's coffee, lattes, chai and tea, hot chocolate and baked goods.
A modern bakery-café that offers fresh and nutritious meals. Menu includes healthy salads, savory soups, flatbreads, pastries, and an extensive line of Aspretto coffees, espressos, cappuccinos, teas and smoothies.
Green Roof Deli
Popular campus deli of meats and cheeses, plus vegetables stacked on rustic breads and topped with spreads.
A mini market featuring bagels and sandwiches made to order. Plus, soups (flavors listed on the Redstone Unlimited menu page), a salad bar, pizza and a large selection of beverages and grocery items.
An informal self-serve restaurant with an array of options, including international-inspired entrees, sushi, Indian cuisine, a salad station, and a variety of different flavored soups. Plus, Four which prepares meals made without the most gluten, peanuts, tree nuts and shellfish.
Features multiple dining platforms offering an array of options including a self-service salad bar, bagel/deli station, comfort classics, homestyle pizzas, grab and go meals and a selection of grocery items. The Marché is also home to Sprout a dedicated vegan station, Wow Bao, offering Asian cuisine with a modern flair and Swirl, smoothies and creemees.
UVM Dairy Bar
Features smoothies made with organic fruits and juices. Plus, ice cream produced with UVM milk from the University's CREAM program.
A small, inviting space that serves Vermont Artisan Coffee and espresso along with chef-inspired daily specials such as mindful dishes, noodle bowls, and comfort foods favorites. Plus, soups, express salads and hot/cold sandwiches.
A restaurant-style waited table service and a comprehensive menu prepared with local foods and fresh ingredients topped off with the chef’s creative touch. And it has also a large salad bar.
A coffee shop located in the Grossman School of Business that features Vermont Artisan Coffee, espresso, sandwiches, salads and pastries.
Central Campus Dining
Located in the heart of campus, features ten rustic open-style kitchens serving up a variety of food options. Stations include Exploration Station where students can make their own meal under the supervision of a chef and Discovery Kitchen, a culinary learning space providing hands-on cooking classes. Plus, Simple Servings which prepares meals made without the most common allergens and My Zone, a gluten-free, peanut and tree nut self-service pantry.
Harris Millis Dining
An informal dining space that offers from a hearth-fired pizzas to global cuisine and grilled favorites. Harris Millis is home to PeaPod, a vegetarian food destination, and My Kitchen, where students can make their own meal under the supervision of a chef. Plus, Simple Servings which prepares meals made without the most common allergens and My Zone, a gluten-free, peanut and tree nut self-service pantry.
Offers multiple dining experiences in a small, relaxed setting. This dine-in location proudly features Mindful meals, exhibition cooking, deli, soup and a salad bar. Plus, My Zone, a gluten-free, peanut and tree nut self-service pantry. As well as, a small retail space for students to grab foods on the go.
Menu selections include just about every item you can imagine. Home to Four, a made-to-order station free of gluten, peanuts, tree nuts and shellfish. It also offers comfort foods, a vegetarian station, soups and a salad bar. Plus, My Zone, a gluten-free, peanut and tree nut self-service pantry.
Website URL where information about the institution’s sustainable dining certification program is available:
Additional documentation to support the submission:
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