Since the fall of 2019 Bon Appetit Dining Services has actively worked to lower its environmental impact on Butler University and as progress is made, a new compost based initiative is introduced.
Bon Appetit’s Kids in the Kitchen program means that Atherton will host children of faculty and staff as well as youth from the Boys and Girls clubs. This program is designed to excite and educate the next generation in order to build healthy eating habits.
Students try the new option on campus and prepare for Plum Market to open.
Several employees who previously worked for Aramark and now for Bon Appetit in dining services feel that they are understaffed and overworked by Bon Appetit, and not being paid enough for their work.
With options like Atherton Marketplace, the Lacy Business Building Cafe, ResCo dining hall, the nutrition cafe at the HRC, and Tripp’s Corner Cafe at Apartment Village, changes have been made to campus dining options this semester due to Butler’s change in dining service providers from Aramark to Bon Appetit.
Frank Ross, Butler vice president for student affairs, writes that the on-campus Starbucks will not be closing.
Butler University students will have new meal plan options for the upcoming 2019-20 school year. Students not living in a residence hall on campus will have the option to purchase a voluntary meal plan.
As Bon Appetit prepares to become the new dining services provider at Butler University, the staff of the Butler Collegian visited DePauw University for an exclusive look.
The Butler Collegian visits Bon Appetit at DePauw University to experience their dining services and tour their kitchen.
Bon Appetit, Butler University’s new dining service provider effective May 13, is preparing for their transition onto campus. Providing food is their first priority, but they have additional plans for retail space.