NU Real Food
Real Food at NU (NURF), Northwestern's chapter of a the nation-wide campaign called The that advocates for more Real Food in campus dining halls. With campaign tools and frameworks developed by RFC, more than 30 universities in the US have already pledged to source more Real Food in their dining halls, and Northwestern is the leader of the Big 10 as the first school to sign on to the commitment.
The implementation of this commitment is performed by the Food Systems Working Group (FSWG), a group composed of all stakeholders in Northwestern's food system: students, administrators, faculty, NU Dining employees, vendor representatives, and farmers. These members of the FSWG are divided into three subcommittees: Sourcing/Calculator, Marketing, and Policy. The ultimate goal of the FSWG is to carry out the Campus Commitment by changing the sourcing of our food, and educating and engaging the community about the changes and principles related to Real Food.
To learn more about Real Food at NU, check out their website (http://realfoodnu.wix.com/realfoodnu). To become involved with Real Food at NU and/or the FSWG, contact the group at email@example.com.
Here is what Sodexo is doing to stay committed to Animal Welfare:
Sodexo Expands Ongoing Commitment to More Humane Supply Chain through its Comprehensive Animal Welfare Policy
Sodexo announces new commitment to eliminate veal crates from its supply chain and a phased-in approach to sourcing all egg products exclusively from cage-free hens. For more details, visit www.tinyurl.com/SDXanimalwelfare
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