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Healthy eating

We're committed to help you power your life on campus with good food choices, and diverse menu programs that make it easy for you to enjoy and eat right. Here are just a few of the steps that we are taking to support your health and well being.



Concordia Cooking Series

Watch Aramark Executive Chef, Daniel Poulin as he celebrates the fall harvestwith a step-by-step cooking tutorial 


Ask a Dietician Program

Our ‘Ask a Dietitian’ program aims to help the campus community make healthier and more informed decisions both on and off campus. Whether you are a student living in residence for the first time and need assistance making healthier choices, or need support following a specific diet, our dietitians are here to answer your questions.

If you are thinking of living in residence or purchasing a commuter meal plan and want to know if our dining facilities can accommodate you, please do not hesitate to reach out to our dietitians at

Get the Good Stuff

With life moving a mile a minute, being able to find good food that’s good for you is more important than ever. That’s why we created our Get the Good Stuff brand. It’s simple.
If you want foods with fewer calories, less sodium, more colourful veggies or whole grain selections and find healthier and more sustainably sourced choices -- just look for the logo!

The Get the Good Stuff brand makes better-for-you choices easy to spot, in many of our food service locations.
If only everything in life were this easy!  



While our chocies offer good taste, they meet many of the following criterias:

  • 500 or less for an entrée
  • 300 or less for a side, soup, snack, or dessert
Total fat
  • No more than 15% calories from saturated fats
  • No artificial trans fats
  • 960mg or less for a sandwich
  • 720mg or less for an entrée
  • 480mg or less for a side, soup, snack or dessert


Track nutritional info with the myfitnesspal app

Once installed on your smartphone, search for "Aramark Canada on Campus" along with the menu item.

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