Our menus are designed with you in mind. Our nutrition team can help you find menu items that fit your specific dietary needs.
Find meals that meet your dietary needs using our allergen icons. Menu items are displayed with the allergens they contain on digital screens, signage, our dining website, and the Everyday App.
Additionally, find meals that meet your dietary needs using our lifestyle icons. Lifestyle Icons are displayed on digital screens, signage, our dining website, and the Everyday App.
Nutrition Standards and Definitions
Vegetarian at WashU Dining Services means ovo-lacto vegetarian (includes eggs & dairy). Vegetarian items are prepared separately from non-vegetarian ones, using dedicated equipment cleaned after use with non-vegetarian items.
WashU Dining Services defines vegan items as those with no animal by-products. Vegan items are prepared separately from non-vegetarian products, and cooking equipment and utensils are cleaned and sanitized after use with non-vegetarian items.
Products are labeled as Kosher if they are prepared in the on-site Kosher Kitchen or come from a certified Kosher vendor. Kosher items are produced in the Kosher Kitchen under Mashgiach supervision by a dedicated Kosher production team.
WashU Dining Services provides a certified Halal station at WUFusion in the Bear’s Den. Most of the chicken purchased on campus is certified Halal, but the cooking method may not always align with Halal preparations. The exception to this is at The Village, where all stations are entirely Halal.
Products in our convenience markets may be designated allergy friendly if they exclude at least one of the top 9 food allergens, as well as gluten.
All foods served at this station are prepared exclusively with ingredients which do not contain the following food allergens:
Milk | Eggs | Wheat | Soy | Shellfish | Fin Fish | Sesame | Peanuts |Treenuts | Gluten
Meals at Simply Made are prepared in a facility which uses these ingredients in the production of other dishes. Although we take measures to ensure against this, the possibility of cross-contact with other foods does exist.