College dining trending: Survey finds concerns about safely accessing campus dining; Harvard University Dining Services' prepackaged meals

Plus, stories from the front lines from American Dining Creations Campus Executive at Union College, Ohio State and University of North Texas.

See what was trending this week in college and university dining on Food Management.

A survey by digital engagement solutions vendor Nutrislice of more than 800 college students on what they will expect from their on-campus dining services finds strong support for contactless ordering/payment/ options. The college student survey found that concerns about safely accessing campus dining when schools reopen were high on students' lists.

For Harvard University Dining Services, safe food service for students means prepackaged meals. By trading food prep for a bagged-meal model, employees—and students—are kept safe.

Food Management's series, Stories from the front lines, showcases powerful stories of operators on the front lines of coronavirus. Read some of their stories ranging from Ohio State's dining services to the University of North Texas.

 

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