Dining Introduces New Line of Grab-and-Go Items Made With In-House Ingredients

January 30, 2020 | UToday
By Alexis Razo

UToledo Dining Services is offering a new line of fresh grab-and-go items in Bottle Rocket, Rocket Market and Java City.

The Quick Eats line is made in-house from scratch and focuses on food quality, health, convenience and option personalization.

The Quick Eats menu strategy is driven by consumer insights. To meet current trends, the new line will offer fresh sandwiches, wraps, salads, bowls, snacks and desserts. Options will rotate seasonally. Highlighted menu options may include strawberry overnight chia oats, assorted fruit and cheese plate, Mediterranean quinoa salad, roasted veggie wrap and more.

“All grab-and-go items will have a unique label that identifies the fresh menu item, ingredients and nutritional values,” said Cameron McAdams, dining resident district manager. “The new line includes exciting new vegan and vegetarian options that are labeled using the standardized nutritional icons seen across campus.”

Nutritional icons can be viewed on the UToledo Dining Services’ website.

Meal exchanges may be used in place of a meal swipe at Bottle Rocket, Rocket Market and Java City. Look for the Meal Exchange banner near the register for a full list of entrées, sides and beverages included with your Meal Exchange.

To learn more about Meal Exchange options, visit UToledo Dining Services’ website.

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