While “college dining” isn’t always synonymous with “healthy eating,” some colleges are changing the game. And the College of the Holy Cross is one of them.
Bon Appétit, a widely circulated American food and entertainment magazine, has taken notice, featuring Holy Cross at number 5 on its list of “7 Healthiest College Dining Halls in the Country.”
“Among the first college campuses to create an allergy-free kitchen and start a community garden, Holy Cross stands out for its impressive sustainability commitment and all-around delicious food fitting all kinds of dietary restrictions,” writes Bon Appétit.
This major mention comes soon after Holy Cross’ allergy pantry, located in the College’s main dining facility, Kimball Hall, was officially certified peanut and tree nut free by Kitchens with Confidence, the leading full-service kitchen auditor and certified free from authority for today’s foodservice operations.
Read the full article on the Bon Appétit website.
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