Stirfry stations, grill, deli, omelet bars
Recipes are available upon request, can make special dietary requests to omit allergen containing ingredients or use separate cooking equipment.
All self-serve hot food areas, pizza, soups, salad/sandwich bars, Belgian waffles, bakery/desserts
Bakery items have all ingredients listed as well as identification of the top 8 allergens. Recipes/full ingredients for other items available upon request.
Employees have been trained on proper procedures to reduce risk of cross contact, including washing hands, changing gloves, using clean cooking equipment, and using separate utensils/serving equipment/cutting boards.
Students may request items available in self service areas to come from the "back up" rather than off of the line. Allergen containing items are generally grouped together, croutons/crackers kept separate from salad/soup station, no peanuts/treenuts on salad bars.
Simple Servings, our allergy-friendly station has separate storage, preparation, and service area. Dedicated cookware and utensils are used in this area. This station is served by staff and customers must take a clean plate. Staff has been certified in Allertrain U and in-house allergy training.
Top 8 and celiac disease, preventing cross contact, recognition of anaphylaxis and university policy on responding to food allergy reaction.
All managers and chefs are certified in Allertrain U, many supervisors have also been certified.
Contact Registered Dietitian or Dining Services about special dietary needs. Gluten free products allergen friendly options are generally available on request at event.
After reviewing the student’s request and documentation of disability, SAS will make a recommendation regarding appropriate accommodations to Residential Life. Accommodations are granted based on level of necessity and space availability. Not every request for an accommodation, such as a private room, will be granted.
Dining Services can also initiate process. Contact Registered Dietitian at 802-656-3566.
Via email to Student Accessibility Services or to Dining.
Accessibility services works with dining and residential life to provide accommodations.
It is our policy that in the event of a serious food allergy reaction, 911 will be called and the student will be transported to the emergency room.