By Krista Richmond | October 3, 2016

Mix one part red truck with a griddle with one part creative Mexican-inspired menu, and you have the recipe for Taqueria 1785, UGA's official food truck. 

Not only does this addition to UGA Food Services allow them to serve more people, it also allows them to reach more areas of campus.

Source: The Red & Black

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The dining halls at the University of Georgia will be feeding more mouths this semester than ever before.

As of Aug. 15, over 10,000 students have enrolled in some form of a UGA meal plan, either the five-day, seven-day or commuter plan, according to Robert Holden, the associate vice president of Auxiliary Services at the university.

Source: About UGA

By Christopher James, Public Service and Outreach

Turkeypalooza is one of the biggest events of the year for the University of Georgia's Campus Kitchen and a great way for the UGA community to give back during the holiday season.

Source: The Red & Black

By: Marlee Middlebrooks

University of Georgia Food Services recently launched a nationally-used app Tapingo, which allows students to use their phones to purchase food from on-campus eateries.

Without waiting in line to order or pay, users can place an order on their phones and pick up their food at a Tapingo kiosk.

Source: The Red & Black

Students will have a wider variety of meal plan options this year than they have in the past.

Through a combined effort, Food Services, Auxiliary Services, the Student Government Association and Student Services have introduced five new meal plan options to meet the changing needs of University of Georgia students.

Source: Food Management

Contact Tara Fitzpatrick at tara.fitzpatrick@penton.com.

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Source: UGA Today

Athens, Ga. - University of Georgia Food Services has new meal plan options available to the campus community for the 2015-16 academic year. Block plans with 65-80 meals per semester in the dining commons and Paw Points redeemable at any UGA Food Services location, including retail cafes, eateries and vending, will be available for $1,796 to $2,802 for the academic year.

Source: Business Insider

Of all the gripes students have about college, the biggest usually has to do with the food. But not every college fails where food is concerned; in fact, some colleges offer food so good that it's just like mom used to make.

To create this list, school information website Niche rounded up data from students at colleges around the US who rated their schools in the quality of both on-campus dining facilities and off-campus dining options.

Recipe: University of Georgia

University of Georgia Dining Services partnered with student groups on ethnic dishes during the recent Athens International Street Festival.

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