- 134 universities have joined the program—including Johns Hopkins University, Brown University, UC Berkeley, Indiana University, and UNC Chapel Hill
- Over 600 student researchers have reviewed over 84,297 unique products and$71,059,505 worth of campus food purchases to see if they meet the rigorous 'real food' standards
- The average participating school spends $5.18 million on food each year, with an average 15% of which currently qualifies as 'real food'
- 22 schools who participate in the program have also signed the Real Food Campus Commitment – a pledge to increase their real food percentage to 20, 30 or 40 percent by 2020
See the full press release here!