The idea of living well is infused through the W&J experience. When you step into our dining locations, you will see it in our locally sourced ingredients, our fresh and flavorful menus, our emphasis on scratch prepared foods, and our friendly and personal service.
Our goal is to create a superior program for you.
We Do This by Offering:
Dining concepts that reflect your tastes including ethnic foods with authentic flavors, as well as gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options every day
Sustainable, locally sourced vegetables, fruits, eggs, bread and bakery items, and poultry and livestock products within a 150-mile radius of your location
Flexible dining hours along with competitive purchasing options that meet your busy schedule and needs
Seasonal promotions, plus fun contests and giveaways throughout the year
W&J Dining Sustainability Practices:
Commons Tower Garden
Commons Tower Garden (shown to the left) is a recent addition to our sustainability practices where we are growing lettuce and herbs currently. You can find out more about hydroponic and aeroponic growing at www.towergarden.com
Meal Donation to Washington City Mission
During the January return to campus quarantine W&J Dining donated over 350 prepared meals to the Washington City Mission. Given the large volume of deliveries and the method of service we sent our extra meals to the mission. This was in addition to some packaged goods and beverages.
Schneider’s Dairy is our only dairy provider. It is locally owned and operated they source their raw mild from only Pennsylvania family farms (many of which are local to Washington PA)
Additional Sustainability Practices
No Styrofoam packaging used
We use “Batch Cooking” to reduce finished product waste
All of our used cooking oil is upcycled (not put into the trash or waste water)