News: Low Carbon Diet

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  • News Food Tank

Bon Appétit chefs take the Better Burger Challenge, blending high-quality beef with organic vegetables, mushrooms, or legumes to create a juicy, delicious patty that is better for our guests and the environment. Try making a Better Burger yourself!

  • News East Bay RI

Always open to new things, Roger Williams University students try tasty low carbon makeover dishes and learn about beef and dairy’s impact on the environment and climate change.

  • News The Plain Dealer

Thursday is our seventh Low Carbon Diet Day, being celebrated at Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Botanical Garden, and Cleveland Museum of Art, among others.

  • News PRI The World

Bon Appétit Management Company’s low-carbon strategies are explored in this series piece exploring the challenge of keeping ourselves fed at a time of rapid social and environmental change.

  • News Manitou Messenger

By showcasing foods that have a smaller carbon footprint, as alternatives to dairy, meat, and packaged products, the Bon Appétit staff at St. Olaf College helped students learn about how their food ingredient choices affect the environment.

  • News Food Management magazine

Bon Appétit Management Company’s Low Carbon Diet Day takes Earth Day as an opportunity to educate university students on low-carb dining–the kind that means reduced carbon footprint, not reduced carbohydrates.

  • News Seattle Times

Bon Appétit Management Company at Starbucks headquarters shows off cheeseless pizza, edamame burger, and almond milk smoothie for fine Earth Day dining.