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Oct 12

It’s About To Get Much Easier To Eat Plant-Based In College Dining Halls – Tasting Table

Aramark, which is the largest U.S.-based food service provider, has announced that it will be increasing efforts to offer plant-based dining options at over 250 colleges and universities across the country (via BusinessWire). The company's goal is to have 44% of its offerings be plant-based by 2025.The company's announcement comes after having worked with the Humane Society of the United States for 15 years on efforts to reduce harmful climate change impacts. On Aramark's website, the company previously announced a commitment to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 25% by 2030. The food service provider also offers "Cool Food Meals," which have a lower carbon footprint during their creation and are more plant-based than its other offerings.

Currently, Aramark's menus offer 26-30% plant-based options across its offerings. To prepare for the change, Aramark has announced that it will increase training for dining staff, amplify its marketing, release a report on its progress annually, and work to add even more plant-based options to college dining halls in the future through recipes and menu concepts.

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It's About To Get Much Easier To Eat Plant-Based In College Dining Halls - Tasting Table

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