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4-4-14
We are currently purchasing 10% from local sources and look to increase this percentage in future years.  We want to establish lasting and beneficial relationships with local farmers and producers, as well as help develop a stronger local economy by supporting NC businesses.What is "Local"Appalachian Grown™ productsGot to Be NC / Goodness Grows in NC productsNC productsRegional products (grown and produced within 250 miles of Appalachian)Third-party certified productsTo learn more about local food on campus, please visit our Local Food page.The following items are featured at dining concepts with menus that change daily.  Many of our other concepts feature local products.  Look for the (L) to identify these items on other menus.*The menus may vary due to changes in production and/or product availability.*Friday, April 18thLocationMealItemHealthy SelectLunchGrilled Tempeh WrapHomestyle ClassicsLunchRotisserie Chicken QuartersSaturday, April 19th - Monday, April...
4-29-13
Single Stream Recycling EducationAppstate has designated April as "Earth Month!"Join us all month long and learn more about Single Stream Recycling at Appalachian.  Students and staff from the Office of Sustainability will be on hand to answer your questions about what can and cannot be recycled.Dates / TimesIn the Rivers Street Cafe tray return area from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm:Friday, April 11thMonday, April 14thWednesday, April 30thAppalachian is now recycling in a single stream.  That's right... all recyclables can be placed into the same bin.  Recycling bins will be marked with Single Stream Recycling stickers.  And, trash cans will be marked with Landfill stickers.  Please help us keep trash out of recycling bins by placing these items in Landfill bins or by leaving trash on your trays.RecyclingLandfillPlastics #1-7 Yogurt containersSushi containersDrink lids and strawsForks, knives, spoons, sporksAluminum cansGlass (all colors)Paperand more!...
8-26-13
Did you know that approximately 25% of the food served at Appalachian State University is vegetarian?You likely already take advantage of all the Vegetarian & Vegan Dining options on campus.  All Appalachian Food Services dining concepts offer vegetarian/vegan options, there are two extensive salad bars and one unit, Healthy Select, serves only vegetarian/vegan cuisine.Maybe you always eat vegetarian or maybe you want to sample an occasional vegetarian meal... either way, you are sure to find something to satisfy your APPetite.Scroll down to see this week's featured Meatless Monday item and to learn more about the campaign.Go Meatless:  Monday, April 14thSometimes you just crave a slice of pizza!  And, with two choices for delicious pizza on campus, Fireside in Rivers Street Cafe and The Pizzeria in Sanford Commons, you are sure to find a veggie pizza to satisfy.Fireside PizzaOffers hand-tossed pizza baked in our very own brick oven.  Choose from slices,...
3-24-14
Please see below for our Easter Break schedule.Administrative OfficesFood Services Administrative Offices will be closed Monday, April 21st & Tuesday, April 22nd.  The office will reopen on Wednesday, April 23rd at 8:00 am.CateringAppalachian Food Services Catering will close for Easter Break on Friday, April 18th at 5:00 pm.  We will reopen on Wednesday, April 23rd at 8:00 am. Thursday, April 17th at 12:00 pm is the deadline for orders on the following dates:Wednesday, April 23rdThursday, April 24thFor catered events on or after Friday, April 25th, we require a minimum of 48 business-hours notice.DiningAppalachian Food Services dining units will be closed during Easter Break.  Please click here for the complete schedule. We encourage students staying on campus to plan ahead by purchasing items from the Markets. The Markets stock a variety of easy-to-prepare meals. Students may also want to try one of the many nearby restaurants.Sanford Commons reopens on...
3-31-14
The Central Dining Hall has a new name:  the Roess Dining Hall, named for Appalachian State University Board of Trustees member and university benefactor Alice G. Roess of Blowing Rock, was dedicated on Thursday, March 27, 2014.Appstate students, faculty and staff as well as Chancellor Peacock and Chancellor-elect Everts were on hand for the dedication ceremony. Roess, a long-time community volunteer and philanthropist, has been a strong supporter of Appalachian since she moved to the area from Florida in 2008, serving two terms on the Board of Trustees and serving on the recent Chancellor Search Committee.  She received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from Appalachian’s Walker College of Business in May 2011.Roess was presented with an apron from Appalachian’s student body president and a chef’s hat from Chancellor Peacock.  Read about Dr. Roess and her commitment to Appalachian on the plaque bearing her name at the entrance to Rivers Street Cafe.Click here...
10-30-13
We are excited to report on the renovations of Trivette Hall. The planned work has begun and includes enhancements to and expansion of the building, which will result in a better dining experience and improved energy efficiency.Please see below for information on schedule changes and the temporary relocation of the Food Services Administrative Offices and the AppCard Office as well as planned renovation highlights.Renovation Update April 2014We visited Trivette Hall recently to check on the renovations.  Quite a bit has been completed and the new additions are beginning to take shape.New windows are being added to the dining area in Park Place Cafe to allow for more natural light. The Park Place Cafe kitchen and serving area is being renovated and expanded.A new main entrance is being added off the duck pond field.There will also be a patio off the new main entrance.Operating Schedule Changes Due to Trivette RenovationDue to the Trivette Hall renovation, the following...
3-27-14
Buy one hot dog, get one FREE! Good for one FREE hot dog with the purchase of a second per coupon while supplies last.  Excludes veggie dogs and sausage dogs.  Valid only with the purchase of a hot dog during the month of April 2014.Accepted at Cascades Cafe, Mountaineer Grille & Rivers Street Grille.Print the coupon below and present it at checkout to redeem:
3-27-14
Spring has sprung in the Appalachian Food Services Bake Shop.  Celebrate Easter, Graduates or Mom with a custom cake.Easter CakesEaster is Sunday, April 20th.  Surprise your friends, family or colleagues with a Eggstra Special Treat from the Appalachian Food Services Bake Shop.  Order by Wednesday, April 16th for Easter weekend pick-up on Friday, April 18th.Easter Basket Serves 16-18 ~ $21.10Easter Bunny Serves 16-18 ~ $18.85Click here for the complete selection of Easter cakes.Cakes can be ordered from the Appalachian Food Services Bake Shop by calling 828-262-3061. Orders are accepted Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 48-hour notice required. Weekend orders must be placed by 5:00 pm on Thursday. Bake Shop orders can be picked up in Sanford Commons.Appalachian CakesCommencement is Sunday, May 11th.  Surprise your Graduate with a delicious Appalachian Cake from the Appalachian Food Services Bake Shop!  Order by Thursday, May 8th...
3-21-14
The semester is winding down; it's time to use any remaining balances on your Meal and/or Express Account.  Balances must be used prior to close of business on Sunday, May 11th.  How to spend your remaining Meal Account balancesEat on campusShare with family and friendsPurchase items from the Bake ShopPurchase bags of coffee from Conrad'sPurchase whole pizzas or Chick-fil-A nugget trays Whole pizzas can be purchased at Fire Side Pizza (828-262-2012) or The Pizzeria (828-262-2101) ~ call or stop in to orderPurchase items at The Markets to take homePurchase items at The Markets to donate to food banksDo a meal to meal transfer with another student (Both students must present their AppCards in the AppCard Office.  There is a $7 transfer fee.  Transfers may only be made from one Meal Plan to another Meal Plan.  Balances must be used by May 11th.)How to spend your remaining Express Account balancesEat on campusShare with family and friendsPurchase items from...
2-26-14
Appalachian Food Services is pleased to report that we purchased 14.6% local in 2013. This percentage has grown each year since we first reached 10% in 2011. Being self-operated makes us "local" in every sense of the word.  We employ a local staff to prepare the food that is served on campus - from the produce that is prepped in our Vegetable Prep area, to the baked goods and desserts that are produced in our Bake Shop, to the entrees that are prepared in our kitchens by local chefs and cooks. We first began seriously working to source local products in 2010; over the years we have worked closely with the Office of Sustainability to research how other colleges and universities define local.  We also used criteria established by the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education's (AASHE) STARS® program.  The Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System™ (STARS) is a transparent, self-reporting framework for colleges and...

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Mailing Address
Appalachian Food Services
P.O. Box 32061
Boone, NC, 28608 USA
828-262-3061

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(during Trivette Hall renovations)
Appalachian Food Services
Old Broyhill Inn &
Conference Center
775 Bodenheimer Drive
Boone, NC 28607 USA
828-262-3061

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Appalachian Food Services
170 Stadium Drive
Boone, NC, 28608 USA
828-262-3061

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