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  • 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 PDQ@RWU

RWU’s food services provider, Bon Appétit Management Company, has created an annual Low Carbon Diet Day in conjunction with Earth Day since 2008 — the first in the industry to address how food choices affect the shifting atmosphere. This year guests at the Upper Commons and at other Bon Appétit cafés across the United States will get a real taste of how climate change is already endangering certain beloved food crops.

  • News The Daily Pennsylvanian

Bon Appétit commits more strongly to locally produced products; coffee switch from Starbucks to local Rival Brothers one example.