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UMass Dining does more than serve meals Rick Mandelkorn; courtesy of Bruner/Cott
The Blue Wall retail dining complex is one of the highlights of campus dining at UMass.

UMass Dining does more than serve meals

From an innovative meal kit program to prioritizing local sourcing, fresh preparation and authenticity in its menus, UMass Dining remains at the cutting edge of college dining trends.

The University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass) has one of the most prominent dining programs in America. Ranked No. 1 by the Princeton Review for Best Campus Food the last two years and in the top 10 for the last seven, the program touches every corner of campus with over 22,000 meal plan holders and serves some 45,000 meals daily, or more than six million annually.

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