Web Article on BestHospitalityDegrees.com Recognizes Top 25 Universities with the Healthiest and Freshest Food Options for College Students

Web Article on BestHospitalityDegrees.com Recognizes Top 25 Universities with the Healthiest and Freshest Food Options for College Students

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PHILADELPHIA, May 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- A range of universities from across the United States are featured in this article examining dining hall, cafeteria, and student union food selection available to students.

"Colleges and universities across the country are making huge changes to the food choices available to their students and faculty," said editor Sandra Masterman. "Long gone are the days of greasy pizza and fried chicken being the only offerings in the cafeterias of many places of higher education. These twenty-five are leading the way in swapping out white burger buns for multi-grain rolls and beef hamburgers for veggie burgers."

In addition to offering healthier food, many of these schools are also offering students educational programs geared towards better eating and staying healthy in general.

College students are notoriously busy and stretched thin; being fueled with healthy and delicious food will help to keep them energized and in good health - a philosophy that all these institutions seem to embrace.

While the universities on this list are diverse in their size and academic programs, they are all recognized for their efforts of healthiest and freshest foods. For the complete article, see http://www.besthospitalitydegrees.com/25-universities-with-the-healthiest-and-freshest-food/.

1. Bowdoin College, Maine

2. Washington University in St. Louis

3. Virginia Tech, Virginia

4. Emory University, Georgia

5. UCLA, California

6. Cornell University, New York

7. UMass Amherst, Massachusetts

8. Kennesaw State University, Georgia

9. Tufts University, Massachusetts

10. Yale University, Connecticut

11. St. Olaf College, Minnesota

12. Northwestern University, Illinois

13. Gettysburg College, Pennsylvania

14. Occidental College, California

15. Grinnell College, Iowa

16. UC Berkeley, California

17. UC Davis, California

18. Columbia University, New York

19. Princeton University, New Jersey

20. Stanford University, California

21. Harvard University, Massachusetts

22. Middlebury College, Vermont

23. University Of Georgia, Georgia

24. James Madison University, Virginia

25. Massachusetts Institute Of Technology, Massachusetts

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