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Customers at Binghamton University’s Marketplace can also see the fresh ingredients used in the open-kitchen environment.  A dozen types of food—including everything from burgers to various ethnic dishes—are served in The Marketplace, which also has a Starbucks. Architects: Bearsch Compeau Knudson Architects and Engineers (Binghamton, N.Y.), Connor Architecture (Lexington, Mass.)
9/10/2014
Colleges and universities providing students’ retail needs right on campus
Half the profits from student-run food carts at the University of Illinois at Chicago go back to the institution, through a partnership with Chartwells Higher Education.
6/19/2014
How college and university dining programs are catering to today’s on-the-go students
Fair trade is a model in which producers are paid above market, “fair trade” prices provided they meet specific labor, environmental and production standards. (Photo:  Photograph by James Rodriguez, 2013, Fair Trade USA. All rights reserved)
5/29/2014
17 U.S. institutions have been recognized as a “Fair Trade Colleges”
Students at Savannah College of Art and Design have a variety of dining styles and locations to choose from across campus.
8/23/2013
How savvy administrators make strategic decisions about the whole campus dining experience—because meal planning isn’t just about the food

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