For the past 13 years, Bon Appétit Management Company’s Eat Local Challenge has asked chefs to produce a meal entirely from ingredients grown or raised within 150 miles. This year’s event, held Sept. 26, included an additional twist!
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- News The Miscellany News
In an effort to reduce its carbon footprint and improve food quality, Vassar recently changed dining services providers to Bon Appétit Management Company, which prides itself on its Farm to Fork initiative.
- News The Colby Echo
In an effort to always keep things fresh, Bon Appétit switched things up in the dining hall and pleasantly surprised students upon arriving back at school.
- News Statesman Journal
Bon Appétit Management Company’s Kaneko Commons café at Willamette University is all about authenticity, comfort and creativity when it comes to their Japanese food.
- News The Paladin
Furman’s food gets a major upgrade. A student shares all the positive changes made when Bon Appetit Management Company took over Furman’s kitchens.
- News Eater Philadelphia
All the upcakes, hot dogs, and ice cream heading to Philly that’s well worth looking forward to.
- News The Collegian
Paper to-go cups are now a no-go in the Knorr Dining Room. Bon Appétit Management Company is providing 1,600 reusable thermoses to students, faculty, and staff as a replacement to reduce waste.
- News LA Weekly
Restaurant 917 offers a bit more than your average date-night or power-lunch spot. In this case, it’s an unobstructed view of a 53-acre playground for Porsche fanatics.
- News Food Management
A regular on many best college food lists, Pitzer College in California generates customer loyalty for many reasons — one of them being their emphasis on to-order platforms. [Free registration required to read]
- News CBS Minnesota
Executive Chef Matthew Fogarty shares a taste of how St. Olaf College made it to #4 on this year’s Princeton Review’s “Best Campus Food” list. Spoiler: It’s all about the farms, passion, and having fun!