Healthy Eating Options
Princeton University Dining Services is the hub of the many on-campus dining options, which together satisfy the diverse needs and lifestyles of the Princeton community. Daily menus provide options for a healthy diet based on the principles of moderation and variety. Chef Cary Neff, the author of the New York Times best-selling cookbook "Conscious Cuisine," has assisted Dining Services by reviewing recipes and concepts to promote his vision of healthy eating. To help you eat smarter, nutritional information is provided for the daily menus served at the residential colleges, Frist Campus Center and other eating venues around campus. Dining Services has eliminated fryer oils containing trans fats, and is committed to producing food without adding artificial trans fats. A registered dietician is available to answer questions and provide nutritional counseling.
Unique Dining Options
You can find the food that fits your diet by exploring the unique options offered by the Center for Jewish Life, 2 Dickenson Street Co-op and Café Vivian. The Greening Princeton Farmer’s Market offers farm-fresh seasonal produce, naturally raised meats and other artisanal goods — all grown, raised or produced locally.