Popular fresh food chain becomes NYU Shanghai's cafeteria vendor
Updated: 2018-09-11


A lunch set served by Sproutworks, a popular restaurant chain with five locations in Shanghai and Beijing, is available for students from the New York University Shanghai (NYU Shanghai). [Photo/shanghai.nyu.edu]


A staff member from Sproutworks smiles at the student cafeteria at NYU Shanghai. The fresh food chain signed a deal with NYU Shanghai this May, becoming the third caterer of the school and bringing some of its most popular dishes as well as traditional Chinese home cooking to the campus. [Photo/shanghai.nyu.edu]


A bowl of fried noodles with sliced beef and vegetables served by Sproutworks at NYU Shanghai cafeteria caters to NYU students' healthy and tasty menu options. [Photo/shanghai.nyu.edu]


A student picks a dish from the cafeteria vendor which offers a nice variety of food and features many choices. Sproutworks takes advice from students and manages to balance the different requests from a community that is enormously diverse. [Photo/shanghai.nyu.edu]


Stretched handmade noodles with distinctive Northwestern Chinese flavor is served fresh at NYU Shanghai. [Photo/shanghai.nyu.edu]


Students from NYU Shanghai enjoy their food served by Sproutworks. [Photo/shanghai.nyu.edu]

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