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July 17, 2015
Gardner-Webb University Dining provides an exciting and innovative dining services program for the entire Gardner-Webb University community. You’ll find great food, honest values, and a comfortable atmosphere in which to enjoy it all. You have a variety of restaurants to choose from, all conveniently located within walking distance of on-campus housing, labs/classrooms and many off-campus apartments.
Dining on campus provides the social experience essential to campus life. It gives you the opportunity to gather with friends, take study breaks, hang out, relax and unwind after a hard day of classes and activities. Come dine at the Gardner-Webb University restaurants and enjoy the comfort, convenience, outstanding food, and inviting atmosphere all designed especially for you.
November 24, 2014
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Food is the fuel your body needs to function. Chances are you're pretty careful about what you put into your car's gas tank. Shouldn't you care at least as much about what you eat? Today there's a wider variety of foods to choose from than ever before. Making smart choices is a critical part of any total health plan. When you combine a well-balanced diet with moderate exercise, it can help you feel better and keep off unwanted pounds, while avoiding the revolving door of dieting.
Gardner-Webb Dining believes that good nutrition is essential to good health. To help assist you in furnishing your body with the essentials for a healthy diet, we have several tools to offer.
All of our mini restaurants in the dining hall feature menu items below suitable for our diners with special dietary needs. Please look for menu items that specify the following;
- Dairy-Free: For individuals with lactose intolerance stemming from reduced levels or a complete lack of the enzyme lactase. People with severe lactose deficiency cannot eat any dairy products, including milk, cheese, yogurt, ice cream, some margarines and butter.
- Vegan: Excludes animal products of any type, including eggs, dairy, and in some cases, honey.
- Vegetarian: Excludes meat, poultry and fish.
For additional information please contact Chef Robert Katz at (704) 406-4327.
Animal Welfare Commitment
January 18, 2017
XOXO to Sodexo – For Taking a Stand for Millions of Hens
Today, with Sodexo, we are announcing that the giant food service company has committed, over the next five years, to switch all 20 million pounds of its liquid eggs to cage-free. The company manages dining operations at thousands of colleges, universities, hospitals, and corporate dining centers across the country. Due to its enormous size, this will remove 750,000 hens from battery cages per year and put them into cage-free settings. This announcement comes after prior announcements from the company to switch to cage-free for its 39 million shell eggs – which provides a better living for an additional 150,000 birds.
RobecoSAM Sustainability Yearbook 2016
February 25, 2016
Sodexo has elevated its position as one of the most sustainable companies in the world by earning awards in all three of the categories in RobecoSAM's annual "Sustainability Yearbook 2016" as the Industry Leader, Industry Mover, Gold Class distinction. For the ninth consecutive year, Sodexo has been ranked as the best-performing company for economic, social and environmental performance in the Restaurant & Leisure Facilities sector.