Holy Cross, Dining Services

From College of the Holy Cross:

As national reports of food allergy prevalence increase, schools nationwide have begun to offer special services to accommodate students who suffer from allergies to foods such as milk, eggs, peanuts, soy, wheat, and corn. Although Holy Cross has always worked to serve the needs of these students, Dining Services recently expanded its allergy-free accommodations with the construction of a new “allergy-free kitchen” in Kimball Dining Hall, and introduced a gluten-free meal equivalency program.

Thank you for the link Allergic Girl reader!


zebe912 said…
Since going gluten free and trying to eat at professional conferences, retreats, and even summer camps, I've wondered how I would've survived dorm life if I'd known about my gluten issues then. I lived on pasta, pancakes, cereal, & pizza. Even with that I was sick of the food & didn't want to eat by the end of the year. I can't imagine how I would've made use of my dining plan with even more limited choices and iffy food service practices all year.

I'm glad to see someone is starting to think in these terms.

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