Nutrition Nutrition is an important factor for a sustainable university campus. Lifestyle Menu Based on an initiative by the student organi- sation oikos and the Sports Office in December 2013, the “Lifestyle Menu“ was introduced at the University of St.Gallen cafeteria. The goal is to reduce the cafeteria’s environmental impact by offering a seasonal and mostly vegetarian menu. The menus are impressively varied and designed to ensure a balanced and healthy diet. In 2014, an average of 1,863 Lifestyle Menus were sold per month, which increased to 2,666 per month in 2015. Healthy Ingredients Besides the specially branded Lifestyle Menu, the chefs focus on seasonal and fresh ingredients. A vegetarian buffet is offered every Tuesday. Moreover, free tap water is always available. The cafeteria not only offers sandwiches as a healthy in-between snack all day long, but also “Birchermüesli” and take-away salads. Swiss Meat The “Genossenschaft Migros Ostschweiz” runs the HSG cafeteria. As in all other Migros restaurants, the University cafeteria only sells Swiss beef, calf, pork and chicken meat. UTZ Coffee The cafeteria only offers UTZ-certified coffee. The UTZ certification guarantees cultivation based on sustainability standards. This standard focuses on the training of coffee farmers to improve their working con-ditions and their income. Energy Efficiency The cafeteria employees are continuously trained to operate the cooking and presentation devices as energy efficient as possible.