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Central Washington makes dining upgrades, focuses on sustainability

Upgrades at the college include a new retail food venue and an increased focus on sustainability and dietary issues.

Central Washington University (CWU) Dining Services has undergone a series of forward-looking changes over the past year led by Director of Dining Services Dean Masuccio, who joined the program last fall. Since coming on board, Masuccio has been busy implementing his long-term vision for the department, including hiring a campus executive chef, Joe Ritchie, and a campus sous chef, Jack Mazzacavallo, as well as establishing new nutrition standards, developing a sustainability focus and opening

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