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University of Arizona Gets New Gluten-free Dining Options

Celiac.com 04/19/2013 - The University of Arizona (U of A) has announced plans to add an exclusive gluten-free space as part of their remodeling of the Student Unions' On Deck Deli.

Photo: CC-- Ryan OrrThis makes U of A the latest university to offer more convenient and reliable gluten-free dining services to students with gluten-intolerance or celiac disease.

Fueled in part by increased diagnosis and awareness of gluten-intolerance or celiac disease, and in part by the recent settlement of a lawsuit between L college and the Department of Justice, more and more colleges and universities are taking strong and rapid steps to provide reliable gluten-free food options for students who need them.

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U of A had already planned to remodel the deli in order to combat an outdated look and falling sales. As part of that process, the university decided to incorporate a strong gluten-free presence in the space, according to Todd Millay, marketing manager of Arizona Student Unions.

“What drove it was the gluten-free and the grab and go. We’re responding to a couple of student patterns and we had the opportunity to integrate those at On Deck Deli," Millay said.

Gluten-free and to-go food options were incorporated in the new design, as well as new signs, new food cases, better lighting and the elimination of order slips. Most of the renovation was in electrical work and cost a little more than $6,000, according to Millay.

Millay said that the University wants gluten-free students to know that they now have a place designed with them in mind.

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Suzanne
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23 Apr 2013 11:56:03 AM PDT
Thanks for sharing the info! My son has celiac disease and goes to the UofA, and that's exciting to hear he'll have more gluten-free options for eating on campus!

 
Emily
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31 May 2013 9:54:38 PM PDT
The U of A also has a gluten free club that is very active and involved on campus! Check us out on facebook (UA Gluten Free) or our blog on blogspot (I can't post URLs on here so just google UA Gluten Free).




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