Aremark from Dennis Pierce’s daughter, a University of Connecticut student, helped spark development of the campus Dining Services’ line of Spa Foods.“She’s one of my better sources of input,” says Pierce, who is UConn’s director of Dining Services. “She’s a runner, and she’s very conscious about what she eats, and so I heard the lament: ‘Dad, I’m always on the go and I eat a lot in the coffee shops, versus eating in the dining units, when I’m going from class to work. You need to come up ...

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