WC Sodexo partners with Crimson Cup


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Wilmington College students.

Wilmington College students.


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From left are WC President Jim Reynolds, Sodexo General Manager Karen Whitehead and Crimson Cup owner Greg Ubert.


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WILMINGTON — As the Wilmington College campus flourishes, the Sodexo Dining Hall continues to contribute to the institution’s success, new ideas and community connection.

Crimson Cup is a fair-trade coffee business that works to honor “the hard-working integrity of coffee farmers” (www.crimsoncup.com). This company produces not only wonderful coffee but it integrates two of Wilmington College’s core values: Respect for all Persons and Community.

Each semester Sodexo provides a Late Night Breakfast to fuel the students to study for their exams. This event includes a DJ, a raffle, a fun atmosphere, a Red Bull promotional, and food served by faculty and staff.

Sodexo strives to provide the students, faculty and staff with well-balanced delicious meals and continues to be excited to begin this new collaboration with Crimson Cup, whose new flavors were debuted at the 2019 Fall Late Night Breakfast.

Wilmington College students.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/12/web1_IMG_2654.jpgWilmington College students. Courtesy photos

From left are WC President Jim Reynolds, Sodexo General Manager Karen Whitehead and Crimson Cup owner Greg Ubert.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/12/web1_IMG_2666.jpgFrom left are WC President Jim Reynolds, Sodexo General Manager Karen Whitehead and Crimson Cup owner Greg Ubert. Courtesy photos

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