University reworks to-go options across campus
Ohio State University in Columbus has upgraded its to-go options based on student feedback, The Lantern reports.
Starting this fall, students will be able to enjoy on-the-go items such as bento boxes, Greek yogurt panna cotta and new salad options such as spicy chicken.
“[We’ve revamped] our entire grab-and-go package and made it a lot more brighter [and] colorful,” Senior Director of Dining Services Zia Ahmed told The Lantern. “They were great before, but we’ve made it even better by bringing in more color, more vegetables [and] more fresh items.”
The university is also allowing students with an unlimited meal plan to take meals to go once per meal time, up to five times a week, at its Traditions Dining Hall.
Read the full story via thelantern.com.