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Top 50 Green Colleges Named by Princeton Review - The Minute

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The Princeton Review has released its annual free guide to the most environmentally responsible colleges. There’s something new added to this sixth edition: a ranking of the Top 50 Green Colleges out of the 353 on the comprehensive list.  Leading the Top 50 list is Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon. The school earned the top spot by generating 100 percent of its electricity from “green power” sources, reducing its greenhouse gas emissions by more than 30 percent, and supporting the Lewis & Clark Green Energy Institute to advance renewable energy policies.

James Beard Foundation Names Bon Appétit Management Company CEO Fedele Bauccio Recipient of Inaugural Leadership Award

Recognizing 10 Visionaries – including First Lady Michelle Obama – Who Are Creating a More Healthful, Sustainable, and Safe Food World
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Bon Appétit Management Company is proud to announce that CEO and founder Fedele Bauccio has been honored with one of the inaugural James Beard Foundation Leadership Awards. The new awards were established to recognize visionaries in the business, government, and education sectors responsible for creating a healthier, safer, and more sustainable food world. The honorees range from urban agriculture heroes to tireless school-food pioneers.  Bauccio said he was “deeply humbled” to be recognized alongside First Lady Michelle Obama, for her fight against childhood obesity; Edible Schoolyard revolutionary Alice Waters; sustainable agriculture pioneer Fred Kirschenmann; urban-farming superhero Will Allen; and the other distinguished luminaries, Debra Eschmeyer, Sheri L. Flies, Jan Kees Vis, Janet Poppendieck, and Craig Watson.

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Bon Appétit Management Company is proud to announce that CEO and founder Fedele Bauccio has been honored with one of the inaugural James Beard Foundation Leadership Awards. The new awards were established to recognize visionaries in the business, government, and education sectors responsible for creating a healthier, safer, and more sustainable food world. The honorees range from urban agriculture heroes to tireless school-food pioneers.  Bauccio said he was “deeply humbled” to be recognized alongside First Lady Michelle Obama, for her fight against childhood obesity; Edible Schoolyard revolutionary Alice Waters; sustainable agriculture pioneer Fred Kirschenmann; urban-farming superhero Will Allen; and the other distinguished luminaries, Debra Eschmeyer, Sheri L. Flies, Jan Kees Vis, Janet Poppendieck, and Craig Watson.

Bon Appétit Management Company Wins Princeton Review Top Honors for Campus Food

Students at Wheaton College Rank local, sustainable Food #1 in Princeton Review Survey
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Bon Appétit Management Company chefs  at Wheaton College in Wheaton, IL won the #1 slot nationally for college food in the Princeton Review’s annual survey of the country’s top colleges. Bon Appétit chefs took top honors for tasty, healthy, innovative, responsibly sourced, local, seasonal food. Over 30 Wheaton-area farmers supply the college with farm-fresh food as part of Bon Appétit's Farm to Fork program.

Press Release

Bon Appétit Management Company chefs  at Wheaton College in Wheaton, IL won the #1 slot nationally for college food in the Princeton Review’s annual survey of the country’s top colleges. Bon Appétit chefs took top honors for tasty, healthy, innovative, responsibly sourced, local, seasonal food. Over 30 Wheaton-area farmers supply the college with farm-fresh food as part of Bon Appétit's Farm to Fork program.

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