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Nutrition and Allergy Information

 
Food Allergies
Food allergies and the stress of college life can be difficult to balance. At Aquinas College Dining Services, we understand this and strive to make the transition to college easier. We work with students one-on-one to discuss their allergy or food intolerance and minimize allergic reactions. Having our staff aware of a students limitations will insure a safe and pleasurable dining experience, which is of utmost importance to us. Please know every effort is made to instruct our staff regarding the potential severity of food allergies.
 

Please download and fill out the food allergy form (pdf) detailing all items you allergic to as well as when you plan to eat at Wege Dining Hall. Sharing this vital information with the Dining Services staff will insure your safety while eating in the dining hall.

 

Upon completion, please e-mail it to map001@aquinas.edu. A meeting will be set with you and the Director of Campus Dining. At this time, you will meet the chefs and server staff. You will also discuss items that are served at Wege that are safe for you to eat and items to avoid.* Feel free to attached any doctors notes you may have pertaining to your allergy.

 

*Please be advised our menu items may contain allergens or have come in contact with items containing allergens.

Food prep in the AQ kitchen
 
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Nutrition

Nutritional information and healthy tips! Look for our Nutrition Vision board located in the Wege Café. >Online Nutrition Information

 

Learn more about Grow™, Creative Dining Services’ sustainability program. >Growing for the Good

 
Helpful Links
  • www.creativedining.com - Information on our Nutrition and Wellness for Healthy Living program
  • www.healthletter.tufts.edu - Tufts University Health and Nutrition Letter, provides up to date, reliable nutrition information
  • www.eatright.org - The American Dietetic Association
  • www.mayohealth.org - The Mayo Clinic's Health Oasis - Provides reliable health information
  • www.quackwatch.com - Dr. Stephen Barrett's Guide to Health Fraud, Quackery, and Intelligent Decisions
  • www.healthscout.com - Dr. John Renner's website that evaluates websites in addition to providing up to date health news from the medical world
  • www.cspinet.org - The Center for Science in the Public Interest