Seminole Dining’s first registered dietitian to enhance nutritional offerings, support dietary needs
Seminole Dining managed by Aramark, the food service provider for Florida State University, announced today that Amy L. Stevenson, RD, has joined the staff as its first registered dietitian to enhance nutritional offerings and support the dietary needs of students, faculty and staff.
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Original five-year contract that was scheduled to expire in August 2018 now extends through June 2020.
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