On a recent visit to Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon, West Coast Fellow Hillary Swimmer helped lead a food waste focused cooking demo with Executive Chef Michael Palmer and the college’s Office of Sustainability.
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Summer Trainings at Emory Make a Splash with Bon Appétiters
This summer, Bon Appetit leaders at Emory University’s Atlanta campus decided to launch a new training program, which provided employees with an opportunity to increase their cross-functional knowledge across the entire dining operation.
New Fellow Elise Dudley on Seeing Food Through Many Lenses
How a love of food blossomed into a pursuit of justice and community.
Bon Appétit’s Food Education Team Poised to Unite People with Love of Food Literacy
Our newly formed Food Education Team is poised to take food literacy to the next level in our cafés and in the communities we serve.
This Apprenticeship Program Helps Grow New BIPOC Farmers
This Black History Month, as we celebrate and amplify the voices of Black people in the United States, we also want to call attention to critically important programs like the CASFS apprenticeship, which do so much to offer onramps to farming, cultural foodways, and land justice for BIPOC folks.
Safety is a Hands-On Affair for Bon Appétit at Adobe San Jose
The Bon Appétit at Adobe San Jose team recently held a hands-on safety training to complement their existing safety curriculum.
What’s Chow-chow? Lafayette College Team Introduces PA Dutch Cuisine to International Students
Bon Appétit at Lafayette College Campus Executive Chef John Soder introduces international students to traditional Pennsylvania Dutch fare.
Grove City College Students Show Their Gratitude to Dining Staff
The Bon Appétit team at Grove City College has been working hard to make things feel normal, and the students are showing some heart-warming appreciation for those efforts.
Butler Dining Launches New Sustainable Food Grant Program
Bon Appétit Management Company, working in partnership with a committee of Butler students and employees, will fund projects to increase the sustainability of the campus food system
Carleton College Fights Packaging Waste with Green2Go Program
Despite the pandemic — or maybe because of it! — Carleton College students have worked with their Bon Appétit team to launch a successful reusable to-go container program.