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Cooked With Care: Come collect your pre-packaged, frozen meal part of the UTSU Food Rescue Program in the Student Commons building at 230 College Street!
Every Monday and Tuesday between 11:30 AM and 1:30 PM, the meals are stored in the fridge and freezer located in the community kitchen on the 3rd floor.
Please note that this service is on a first-come, first-served basis. If you have any questions or would like to learn more, you can contact email@example.com.
This fall, the UTSU Food Rescue Program has expanded in response to the evident need for food support on campus. U of T Food Services and U of T MealCare provide rescued meals, which are distributed by UTSU. This program presents a great opportunity for students to have a hot lunch while socializing with their peers in one of the comfortable student lounges at Student Commons.
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Cooked With Care: As a part of our food donation program, we collaborate with @mealcare_toronto – a student-run non-profit organization responsible for diverting leftover food from campus events.
The donated food from the kitchens of Food Services undergoes processing and packaging by the Meal Care volunteers in a dedicated space within our kitchens. Chef Trish explains that they put in a lot of effort to make sure that the meals are well-balanced and suitable for varying dietary needs. Food Services provides training to the volunteers in handling food. All activities are recorded, and the food is packaged, labeled, and stored in compliance with the guidelines. The meals are then delivered to @uoftsu and shared with students as part pf their Food Rescue Program.
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Cooked With Care: At U of T Food Services, our commitment to sustainability, accessibility, and community is at the forefront of everything we do. Executive Sous-Chef Trish Donnelly explains that we don’t have food waste at U of T Food Services. Instead, all leftover food is donated. We have a long-standing association with @secondharvestca and this year, up to October 23rd, we have provided 2,856 meals worth $10,260. It led to diverting 7,126 kgs of greenhouse gases. We also run multiple programs with @mealcare_toronto and @uoftsu .
You can read more about our commitments to sustainability at uoft.me/fs-sustainability
How to use our meal plan budget calculator on the website:
1. Enter your current Meal Plan balance
2. Enter your residence dates and estimated days away from campus
3. Receive your estimated daily meal plan amount!
Try it out yourself! Visit: uoft.me/meal-plan-calculator
Introducing Super Savers Daily Specials at Food Services dining hall!
To view more details, visit: uoft.me/super-saver
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What would you eat on a rare warm Friday afternoon in fall 🍁?
Crispy Tofu with Chili Mango Salsa Burrito Bowl or Slow Cooked Barbacoa Beef burrito
You can order both on the U of T Mobile Order App (Sid’s or Robarts Library Cafe)
The Great Steak Out is happening tonight!
Savour the perfection of the grill at Dinner Service in Chestnut, New College and CampusOne dining halls.
You can enjoy:
1. 6oz. Grilled Top Sirloin Steak
Served with baked potato, sautéed mushrooms and buttered green beans
2. Grilled Jumbo Portobello Mushroom
Topped with herbed goat cheese and served with baked potato, sautéed spinach and buttered green beans
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Rainy day vibes – would you order this hot comforting bowl of ramen with sliced pork belly or the flavourful Shanghai noodles with crispy bean curd at Sid’s Cafe?
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Order and pick up food using U of T Mobile Order App, for more info: uoft.me/mobile-order-app