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College dining trending: Manhattanville Market at Columbia University opens

In this month’s recap of the Top 5 most popular college and university Food Management articles, Manhattanville Market at Columbia University West Harlem campus offers four chef-created concepts ranked as the week’s top story. Overseen by Chef Franklin Becker, this multi-station venue serves both the campus and surrounding community with fare ranging from Southern biscuit sandwiches and Mediterranean specialties to Sicilian pizzas and specialty salads. Among other stories in this week’s gallery:

  • Biodigesters fight food waste at University of Nebraska-Lincoln; and
  • Automated pickup pods boost sales for Fresh Ideas Food Service.

In other news, Vanderbilt University’s allergy program goes above and beyond. Heading off to college can come with a lot of big questions. For students with food allergies, wondering whether they’ll be able to find clean, safe food shouldn’t be one of them. That’s why Vanderbilt University has made access to allergen-friendly food a top priority in recent years.

Click through the gallery to see other trending stories in the college and university segment.

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