Real Food Campus Commitment Campus Implementation Plan
This Campus Implementation Guide ensures that institutions seeking to become Real Food Campus Commitment signatories have met basic requirements for fulfilling the stipulations of the Commitment. Institutions must fill out this Guide and it must be reviewed by representatives of Real Food Challenge before a school may be considered an official signatory of the Real Food Campus Commitment.

Use this guide to clarify your institution’s commitment to real food. Many of the answers below will be more extensively developed, with greater detail and campus specificity, as part of an institution’s Real Food Policy. Please answer them here in as much detail as possible.

REAL FOOD PERCENTAGE
Please specify the target real food percentage that your institution will commit to, and your target date for reaching that percentage - equal to or greater than 20% real food by 2020.
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Please include any commitments your institution will make in addition to increasing your real food purchasing. Ex. specific food sourcing commitments (e.g. % local, % fair trade), food waste reduction programs, campus garden initiatives, etc.
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THE REAL FOOD CALCULATOR
Please specify the mechanism through which the Real Food Calculator will be institutionalized and run by students on an annual basis. Popular options include (but are not limited to) integration into academic curriculum or paid student internships. Please describe in as much detail as possible. Note: assessments should not be exclusively funded by and supervised by the contracted food service vendor being assessed, even if completed by a student employee. This may present a conflict of interest for researchers and cannot be considered fair or impartial. Alternatives include: university-contractor co-funding, supervision by university staff person or faculty member, etc.
Please specify the mechanism through which the Real Food Calculator will be institutionalized and run by students on an annual basis.
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FOOD SYSTEMS WORKING GROUP
Please list (a) the founding members of the Food Systems Working Group and (b) describe its structure and position within the institution. For (a), please list names and titles where possible. For (b), please describe, at minimum, the senior-most administrator to whom the Working Group will directly report. Note: Working Groups are encouraged to maintain a student co-chair and at least 50% student membership.
(a) Founding Food Systems Working Group, proposed membership:
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(b) Working Group structure and reporting mechanism:
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EDUCATION
Please list some examples of new co-curricular activities or initiatives the institution will commit to undertake as part of this educational endeavor. These activities should also be included in the required multi-year action plan.
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CONTACTS & LIAISONS
Please list both a student leader and a non-student official who will serve as a liaison to Real Food challenge and will be responsible for ensuring the annual Real Food Campus Commitment reporting requirements are met.
Student Leader - NAME
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Student Leader - EMAIL ADDRESS
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Student Leader - PHONE NUMBER
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Non-Student Official - NAME
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Non-Student Official - EMAIL ADDRESS
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Non-Student Official - PHONE NUMBER
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