Students at the Savannah College of Art and Design learn how the changing atmosphere affects the food they eat through Bon Appétit Management Company’s sixth annual Low-Carbon Diet Day, which also celebrates Earth Day.
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USF students celebrate Earth Day with delicious cheeseless pizza made by Bon Appétit Management Company chefs, who also explain the effect of climate change on wheat and the effect of cheese (cows) on climate change.
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On college campuses across the country, Bon Appétit Management Company’s Low Carbon Diet Day shows students how to maximize taste while minimizing waste and other environmental impacts.
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Seaglass and Seismic Joint open with the new Exploratorium and present same levels of playfulness and curiosity.
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For its annual Low Carbon Diet Day, held on Earth Day, Bon Appétit Management Company will turn its more than 500 cafés into culinary classrooms to deliver climate change information. This year’s theme, Your Lunch is Heating Up!, will examine how crops such as corn, wheat, rice, fruit, dairy and coffee will fare in a changing climate.
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In the style of sustainability, Exploratorium’s new restaurant offers trayless cafeteria dining and Seafood Watch-approved seafood.
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Exploratorium’s new restaurant Seaglass finds much inspiration from the sea. The Bon Appétit-run venue places sustainability at the forefront of these offerings.
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Seaglass fits the ethos of the San Francisco Exploratorium, due to open April 17. The 200-seat waterfront restaurant at the end of Pier 15 offers a sweeping view of the bay and something for everyone from kids to adventurous foodies.
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Denison University switches food service providers after 20 years.
- News San Francisco Chronicle
Seaglass restaurant at the new Exploratorium defies conventions of traditional museum cafés. Food mirrors the museum’s wonder, curiosity, and education.