Arizona State University to debut kosher meals

Arizona State University will this fall begin offering kosher options at its Tempe, Ariz., campus, ASU Now reports. 

Students will be able to grab kosher meals daily at the school’s Hassayampa Academic Village Dining Hall. The kosher options, which have been almost a year in the making, will include Thai curry, fajitas, Jamaican jerk chicken and vegan macaroni and cheese. 

Administrators from University Housing and Dining began meeting with Jewish students in early 2018 to talk about how they could bring the meals to campus. 

Around 3,500 Jewish students attend the school, according ASU Now. Officials hope to expand the kosher offerings to other campuses. 

Read the full story at asunow.adu.edu



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