The rankings come from The Princeton Review, who looks at feedback from the students themselves in it's annual "Best Colleges" guidebook.
"UMass Dining... is committed to providing the campus community with locally sourced, healthy, sustainable, and globally inspired cuisine, and it's leadership is a firm believer in helping to build community through food." UMass said on it's website.
UMass Dining has earned the top spot for the last seven years in a row and is the largest collegiate dining program in the country.
“I’m extremely proud of our dedicated, talented, and hardworking team whose commitment to excellence has been instrumental in our continued success." Said Ken Toong, executive director of Auxiliary Enterprises, which includes UMass Dining. "We’re immensely grateful for our students’, faculty and staff and entire UMass administration for their support and invaluable feedback, which has contributed to shaping and enriching the quality-of-life experience. Without them we would not have been able to achieve this remarkable feat. Their dedication and enthusiasm inspire us to continuously raise the bar and deliver exceptional dining experiences, one meal at a time.”
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