The University Toronto Food Advisory Committee is a group of students, staff and faculty members that meets several times a year. The main purpose of the committee is a chance for community members to give constructive feedback that will support the continual improvement of the quality, variety and service within the food service operations at the St. George campus. Committee members also participate in the development and refinement of related food and nutrition programs on campus.
Committee objectives include:
Serving as an outlet and response unit for feedback on food services at the university, addressing overarching and specific issues.
Collecting feedback from constituencies represented by the members.
Monitoring the quality of operations by developing and evaluating audit tools such as customer surveys, benchmarking and mystery shopping among others.
Prioritizing ideas that support the environmental sustainability of food service operations on campus.
Discussing issues relating to campus food security and brainstorming solutions.
Supporting and developing ideas that promote the sustainability of food operations on campus and reducing the environmental footprint of operations.
Discussing outreach and developing campus programming such as cooking classes, cultural events involving/highlighting foodservices, educational programming related to food services, Farmer’s Market, etc.
The University of Toronto Food Advisory Committee meets five times a year. Members are expected to attend all meetings.
Note: Students on the committee are not required to attend summer meetings.
We would like you to participate in improving Food Services at the University of Toronto!
If you are interested in joining the committee, please fill out the application form below.