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UeaT

Who Are We

UeaT is the student-focused face of Food Services at the University of Toronto.

We oversee more than 30 locations across the St. George campus and run programs like the Local Food Challenge, Veggie Mondays and a handful of environmental initiatives.

Even if you haven’t seen us at one of our many annual events, you’ve probably seen our vegan, vegetarian, halal or gluten-free labels around campus.

So spread the word and tell the world just how important food is to you! Show your support for a new vision of what food can be at U of T!


Latest Blog Entries


April 23, 2014

[Job Posting] Sustainability Program Coordinator

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Job Title: Sustainability Program Coordinator Job Type: Summer Part Time (work study) Application Deadline: April 30, 2014 at 11:59 PM Minimum Degree/Credential Level: Bachelor in Progress Hours per week: 12 Start Date: May 5, 2014 End Date: August 8, 2014   Description Do you know how to get people involved in campaigns that make a [ Read More ]


April 22, 2014

Don’t Tell Me You Missed the Chilli Throwdown

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by Philip Cox. When thinking of spring there are very obvious images that come to mind – a warm sun, cool breeze, fresh air and wildlife returning. At UeaT however spring means one thing: a Chilli Throwdown. Using Ontario-grown ingredients, four U of T campus chefs brought their best and baddest (in a good way) [ Read More ]


April 17, 2014

Storing Your Fruits & Veggies

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by Nic Farber. Do you ever pull a week-old tomato out of the fridge, and wonder if it will spell your doom? It isn’t always clear how long fruits and vegetables can be stored, or how they ought to be preserved from decay- nor are the signs of decay always as clear as the inner mysophobe may prefer. [ Read More ]


April 14, 2014

Breakfast: To Skip or Not To Skip

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by Ajith Ravichandran. From personal experience, whether to skip breakfast or not shouldn’t even be a question. Breakfast is by far the most important meal as it is the first potential intake of nutrients to start off the day. Many of us students live busy lives, with late nights and even later mornings. Waking up [ Read More ]


April 07, 2014

A Study in Success: Tips For Surviving Exams

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by Lauren Sutherland. It can be difficult to pay attention to your health when exams are on your mind, but it’s important to adopt some healthy habits into your study routine. Not only will they help decrease your stress and keep your body running on the nutrients it needs to succeed, but these tips can [ Read More ]


April 03, 2014

Facing Down the Footlong Sandwich: What’s Your Style?

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by Nic Farber. Spring is upon us, and the weather is growing increasingly more temperate. We can even eat outdoors without feeling our fingers petrify and turn a distinct shade of purple. No longer is take-out just for the study rooms, lunchtime classes and overcrowded cafeterias. The sandwiches are back out on the street, which [ Read More ]


April 01, 2014

[Job Posting] Food Services Intern

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Job Title:         Food Services Intern Job Type:        Summer Part Time Application Deadline:     April 11, 2014 11:59 PM Description Food Services, more commonly known as UeaT, oversees more than 30 food locations on the St. George campus. We also host events and develop programs that engage students in conversations about nutrition, food [ Read More ]


March 31, 2014

The Basics of Making a (Good) Cup of Coffee

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by Lauren Sutherland. If you’re like me, or any other average student, you drink coffee. A lot of coffee. Also like the average student, you probably don’t spend $6 on a coffee at your neighborhood Starbucks every morning. Or at least you shouldn’t, because there are a lot of simple solutions to making a delicious [ Read More ]