Nutrition & Wellness
MIT Dining is committed to providing fresh, delicious and nutritious meals at a good value that reflect contemporary culinary trends and cuisines from around the world. Eating is an important part of living and learning at MIT. The meals students enjoy on campus allow them to connect with friends, stay healthy, boost your energy, and unwind after long days of study.
Nutrition and Wellness Quick Facts
- None of MIT's dining facilities use trans fats in their cooking preparation.
- Meals in House Dining Operations are prepared using hormone-free meats and locally sourced, fresh vegetables. Learn more nutrition information at the House Dining Homepage.
- Community Wellness at MIT Medical provides resources for students that can help you plan meals, including information and resources for "mindful eating."
- MIT Recreation now has a registered dietician on staff offering consultations and counseling to members and non-members of the MIT community.
- The MIT Produce Market, operated by Russo's Market, is open every Tuesday from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. in the Gates Lobby of the Stata Center (W32). Here, you can stock up on fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as homemade breads!