Our Commitment to Green
Campus Dining is actively protecting the environment. Take a look at some of the actions we've taken to do so here.
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Reusable Mug and Bottle Program
Paper disposables require enormous quantities of trees to be extracted from forests and the bubbly insulator lining they’re often finished with make their recyclability questionable.
Learn more about Campus Dining's Trim Trax program and how we are trying to lower our carbon foodprint in our dining locations on campus.
Reduction of Antibiotics
The non-therapeutic use of antibiotics in animal production is a growing public health concern because it decreases the effectiveness of antibiotics to treat diseases in humans.
With the discussion on climate change continuing to grow as an important element of business policy, Campus Dining is pleased to deliver a solution that allows us to mitigate the carbon footprint of our dining service operation.
Fair Trade Coffee
Due to the wide range of economic, social and environmental concerns within the diverse coffee-growing regions, many certifications are available that address the needs of the coffee industry.
Campus Dining serves only fresh fluid milk and fresh yogurt from cows that have been certified to be free of the artificial growth hormones rBGH/rBST.
We are committed to protecting the threatened global fish supply. In collaboration with the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch program, Campus Dining has developed purchasing standards for sustainably farmed seafood.
Supporting the preservation of the American family farm, reducing the carbon foot¬print of our supply chain, and giving back to the local communities is central to our core values.
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