Tag Archives: Harvard University Dining Services

What can Harvard learn from FreshDirect?

(Lafayette Shopping Center, Mies Van der Rohe, Harvard Loeb Design Library) Cambridge, MA doesn’t have a FreshDirect, but this NY Times story on FreshDirect did a nice job of illustrating many of the purchasing complexities present in an institutional dining system. … Continue reading

Posted in How HUDS works | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

How can a dining service that serves 25,000 meals a day source from a garden on a tenth of an acre?

How can a dining service that serves 25,000 meals a day source from a garden on a tenth of an acre? Here at the Food Literacy Project, we’ve toyed with ways that students can have a hand in the food … Continue reading

Posted in How HUDS works | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Inside Harvard’s Tunnels: Leverett House’s “Behind the Scenes” Kitchen Tour

Arthur Robins and students in Harvard’s central kitchen Last Thursday, the team of Leverett’s FLP Rep Gary Gerbrandt and HUDS Unit Manager Arthur Robins led a group of 10 students on a behind the scene tour of Leverett’s kitchen facilities … Continue reading

Posted in How HUDS works | Tagged , , | Leave a comment