In early 2007, Bon Appétit Management Company launched the Low Carbon Diet program, aimed to reduce the food service sector’s contribution to climate change.
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Big projects seem to be what animate culinary artisans who embrace the ingredients of the Sonoran Desert. The hyperlocal, desert-hearted program Chris Lenza, executive chef at the Musical Instrument Museum’s Cafe Allegro, has cultivated is truly impressive.
Top Stories About Bon Appétit Management Company
At Bon Appétit Management Company, we’ve been lucky enough to get some great press. Writing in the New York Times, Mark Bittman has called us “the most principled food services company in the country” and the “future of cafeteria food.” The Washington Post said that we’re “working to reshape American agriculture.” Our CEO Fedele Bauccio “often doesn’t get credit outside the industry for being a trailblazer. But let me tell you: His impact on the local-sustainable movement is big. Like 136.5-million-meals-served-just-last-year big,” according to a profile in 7×7.
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Nicole Lacob and renowned wine expert Debbie Zachareas lead curation of arena-wide wine selection; three female local vintners also named as Taste Makers
Food service pioneer Bon Appétit Management Company’s Student Activist Grant contest drew almost 50 inspiring entries
Food service pioneer gives back to campus changemakers with ten $1,000 grants
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Case Western Reserve University Chef/Manager Jonathan Barger led an educational cooking demo benefiting families at the Ronald McDonald House in Cleveland.
Latest Issue of Bravo, Our Company Magazine
Bravo is our “almost quarterly” internal company magazine. With 80 to 100 pages’ worth of fun and informative news about our Farm to Fork vendors, kitchen gardens, and special events held at Bon Appétit accounts around the country, it showcases our commitments in action — day in and day out.