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Arizona State University Dining Taking Part in Climate-friendly Food Program

By Jorge Torres

SOURCE: Aramark


Arizona State University students returning to campus this semester will have more dining options to choose from, including options that are climate-friendly.

ASU is one of ten universities selected as part of a pilot program that introduces low carbon footprint meal options, known as a "Cool Food Meal." It's a partnership with the World Resources Institute, or WRI, and Aramark as well.

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Tweet me: In partnership with @WorldResources, @Aramark is offering Cool Food Meals at Arizona State and nine other U.S.-based universities. Helping tackle climate change, the Cool Food Meals badge identifies dishes with a lower carbon footprint on menus.

KEYWORDS: NYSE:ARMK, environmental sustainability, food, cool food meals, higher education

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