Made to order options in the Star student restaurant includes: Deli, Sustainable Table, Grill. Resident Dining at Clewell on the South campus is all made to order. Retail made to order is available at CRU5H, Garbanzo Mediterranean Fresh, Hissho Sushi, DeLight's Cafe. All of these stations have ingredient information available upon request.
Moravian University and our Simple Servings allergen-friendly station is the first college/University in the nation to be FareCheck Gold certified, via an indepedent audit by a FARE representative.
Students can indicate while ordering at made-to-order stations/grill whether their order is gluten-free, and a clean pan will be used. In addition, students can access gluten-free bread and rolls and ask for a sandwich to be made with separate ingredients from storage that have not come in contact with allergen-containing ingredients.
Our resident dining, all-you-care-to-eat campus restaurant, The Star, does not use any tree nuts or peanuts or products with tree nuts or peanuts in our food production, nor does our smaller resident dining facility, Clewell Dining. We maintain food storage facilities without any tree nuts or peanuts as well for resident dining.
In resident dining (The Star student restaurant and Clewell student restaurant), self serve areas include our salad bar, desserts, beverages, cereals, and soup station. Ingredient information for these items is available upon request. Top 8 allergens are listed on identifier cards at point of service.
Top 8 allergen information for self-serve items is also available on bite.sodexo.com and on our online menus at Moravian.sodexomyway.com.
Nutrition information is available for all of our self-serve items, and Top 8 allergens are listed on identifier cards for these items. If students would like separate ingredients (not comingled with other ingredients), they can request them from the salad bar or deli station. Full ingredient lists and nutritional information are also available on our menu app, available at Everyday.Sodexo.com.
Our resident dining, all-you-care-to-eat campus restaurant, The Star, does not use any peanuts or tree nuts or ingredients containing peanuts or tree nuts in our food production, nor does our smaller resident dining location Clewell Dining. We maintain food storage facilities without any tree nuts or peanuts as well for resident dining.
We run annual food allergy training for all employees which includes ways to minimize cross-contact. We also run on-the-spot allergy training for each area so that employees at respective areas are familiar with measures to minimize cross-contact.
All items made-to-order are ordered on a kiosk where a student can specifically request gluten-free and other allergy-related options. If a student mentions an allergy or intolerance, our policy is to use a clean pan/utensils for that student when preparing their meal. Also, we sanitize that meal prep area, and wash hands and change gloves prior to food preparation.
Yes, we do have policies to limit cross-contact at self-serve areas. Students can request separate ingredients from our stock if they are in need of a gluten-free sandwich or an egg-free salad, for example. At this time, pre-packaged salads and sides (and toppings, for example, pre-packaged croutons) also help limit cross-contact with allergy-containing ingredients.
Our resident dining, all-you-care-to-eat campus restaurant, The Star, does not use any peanuts or tree nuts or ingredients containing peanuts or tree nuts in our food production, nor does our resident dining location on South campus, Clewell Dining. We maintain food storage facilities without any tree nuts or peanuts as well for resident dining.
We offer pre-order and kiosk ordering in all of our retail venues where students can specify dietary needs while ordering. We also offer mobile pre-ordering for both retail and some resident dining areas (Clewell). Specifying an allergy or dietary need on their order alerts our staff to take our cross-contact precautions (separate cooking pans, utensils, and new gloves).
If students are determined to have a medical accommodation need, then pre-order of resident dining meals in the Star would be arranged between the student, the chef, and the dietitian.
We are pleased to offer Sodexo's award-winning Simple Servings station, an allergen and gluten free program, in The Star all-you-care-to-eat student restaurant. It is a self-contained front-of-house station whereby all food is prepared and served in front of the customer. The Simple Servings station is a separate and distinct area, with no cross-traffic into the station further reducing cross-contact with allergens. Simple Servings staff are required to take and pass the AllertrainU food allergy course offered by MenuTrinfo.
Our Simple Servings station at Moravian University is the first in the nation to be FareCheck Gold certified, via an indepedent audit by a FARE representative.
Our resident dining, all-you-care-to-eat campus restaurant, The Star, does not use any peanuts or tree nuts or ingredients containing peanuts or tree nuts in our food production, nor does our smaller resident dining location on South Campus, Clewell Dining. We maintain food storage facilities without any tree nuts or peanuts as well for resident dining.
Food allergy 101, anaphylaxis, avoiding cross contact, emergency procedures (general and college specific), college specific policies related to meal plan accommodations, Lesley & Rider Universities settlements, department specific protocols to minimize cross-contact.
Our on-site Registered Dietitian is an Allertrain master trainer and conducts all annual Allertrain and general food allergy training. She also works with staff and managers to provide on-the-spot training for specific food prep and service areas. Our dietitian is also part of a Sodexo Universities food allergy task force to develop guidance for the university market in our company.
Students can indicate restrictions, as well as allergies, to the staff member coordinating the event. The event planner will do their best to accommodate the student's needs.
A student should only contact the Accessibility Services Office for accommodation requests. This can be done on the first floor of Monocacy Hall or at email@example.com.
A student that is interested in registering with the ASC should first complete an intake form and then submit comprehensive documentation. The link can be found at https://moravian-accommodate.symplicity.com/. Once a student submits both of these items, they will be reviewed and the student will be contacted for an intake meeting to determine if accommodations are needed. This process can take several weeks and students are encouraged to submit documentation as soon as they have committed as students, to begin the process promptly.
The ASC also offers academic coaching services in which students that are registered with our office can take advantage of weekly appointments at the ASC. This allows students to work on organization, study schedules, time management, and accommodation monitoring. This is often a service that can be very helpful for students to begin working as independent students and self-advocates.