Nutrition

Part of serving the needs of campus is diversifying the nutritional profiles of our menus to accommodate a variety of needs and preferences. University Catering provides the following guide to help better inform our guests of our dining options. For weekly nutrition tips and information, visit our Nutrition at Notre Dame page on Facebook.

Healthier Option Healthy symbol

Look for the letter H which indicates a healthier option. The items with this marking are prepared using healthy techniques. They contain less fat or calories than other options and contain more vitamins, nutrients, and positive health influences. Include these as part of your balanced diet.

Vegetarian Vegetarian symbol

Look for the V to find vegetarian choices of entrees and soups. These items do not contain meat or fish. Vegetarian diets are one opportunity to benefit in both good health and social responsibility. Vegetables require much less natural resources to grow than animal products. If you are looking for Vegan choices, please visit the vegan page of our web site.

Gluten Friendly Offerings

Because of new changes by the FDA with gluten free labeling, Campus Dining will no longer identify food items with a GF icon.  However, we do offer menu items that do not contain wheat, rye, or barley as an ingredient.   These items may have come into contact with gluten through regular production processes.  We are not responsible for cross contamination or product substitution.  If gluten must be strictly avoided, please contact our dietitian at ndfood@nd.edu to discuss options.