|Submission Date||Dec. 15, 2017|
|4.00 / 6.00||
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Sustainable food and beverage are provided by third-party contractors (adhering to College Procurement policy). Their core purchasing policy mandates food & beverage purchases from local providers.
Purchases of sustainable food items are managed monitored by their provider based on ISO 22000 & Bio-Hellas ( http://www.bio-hellas.gr/en/Home/tabid/36/Default.aspx) procedures.
|Dining operations and catering services operated by the institution||No||No|
|Dining operations and catering services operated by a contractor||Yes||Yes|
|Student-run food/catering services||No||No|
|Franchises (e.g. national or global brands)||Yes||Yes|
We have inventoried products, fed-back by our contractor. Furthermore in accordance to policies, companies of contractor-purchased packaged food use local products to support local communities. Also Greece is at a great extent an agricultural driven economy. Its needs are covered at a 95% (and more) by its produce on agricultural products.which is based on small community co-operatives and individual medium to small scale farming and growing (with large scale farming, which is not used by our contractor, and reserved mainly for exported goods) only constituting 1.2% of the total and with an average standard output per holding of 175,383 EUR) (Ref. .Eurostat (FSS — farm structure survey)}
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