Center for Environmental Justice and Sustainability

Food

 


We partner with Bon Appetit as our food vendor because of their socially responsible practices.

 Animal Products

  • Beef is free of antibiotics and hormones and given vegetarian feed
  • Chicken and turkey are raised without antibiotics in their food
  • Eggs are Certified Humane and cage-free
  • Milk is from a local dairy, free of antibiotics and hormones
  • Pork is raised without antibiotics as a first preference
  • Salmon is wild caught in Washington.
  • Seafood meets Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch guidelines

Fair Trade

  • Fair Trade, shade grown, organic coffee
  • Fair Trade bananas

From Scratch

  • Salad dressings, salsas, soups, and sauces are made from scratch
  • No trans-fats or high fructose corn syrup are used 

Local and Seasonal 

  • Fruits and vegetables are from North America, in season and organic when possible
  • 20 local farmers supply 50% of the fruits and vegetables
  • Baked goods use local, sustainably harvested grains
  • C-Street chefs prepare dishes with seafood caught or farmed within a 500-mile radius at the September Eat Local Fish Challenge
  • Learn more about the local farmers and food producers supplying our food

Vegan

  • Vegan options are served at breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • Meatless Mondays at the C-Street hot food station by the grill

Waste Reduction

  • Cooking oil is given to a local bio-diesel manufacturer
  • 20 cent discount on all coffee drinks and fountain soda when you bring your own reusable mug. 

Water

  • Bottled water is not sold at the cafeteria or cafes. 
  • The C-Street cafeteria has free fruit-infused water at the salad bar and the soda fountains dispense free water. The cafes in the library, Pigott and Student Center dispense free water in a water jug.

Questions?

We partner with Bon Appetit as our food vendor because of their socially responsible practices. 

Call Bon Appetit at 206.296.6310, or contact Jay Payne, the general manager, at jay.payne@cafebonappetit.com