Cather/Pound/Neihardt's special meals and individual menu items prepared with food from local Nebraska farmers and producers is the
hallmark of the GFL (Good. Fresh. Local.) The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Sustainable Food Project. The GFL project features these
menu items at breakfast, lunch, and dinner. In addition to GFL, CPN features a made-to-order sandwich line at lunch and dinner along with
specialty bars and other traditional breakfast, lunch and dinner menu items.
The GFL (Good. Fresh. Local.) University of Nebraska—Lincoln Sustainable Food Project
The GFL program began in September 2005 and is a very popular local dining program with students and the UNL community. This local
program defines 'local' as food that comes from Nebraska farmers, producers, and manufacturers. Learn more.
Guest Price Breakdown
Late Night Dining
*Dining Service offerings are subject to change. **Child = under age 7.
*Anyone with a 5–day or 7–day unlimited meal plan may bring a guest free of charge up to three times each semester.
*The guest allowance is good for all meals except Holiday meals, Late Night Dining meals and grab 'n go locations. It is designed to include family, friends, faculty or other guests in your living and learning experience with UNL Housing.
Ingredients and Nutritional Information
University Dining Services makes every effort to label the menu items being served and identify the ingredients. At times, however,
the ingredients of menu items will not be posted, and the possibility also exists that the ingredients and/or nutritional content
may vary from what is posted. Manufacturers may change the formulation of the food without our knowledge and accurate nutritional
information for certain product(s) may not be available. Any customers concerned about food ingredients should be aware of these
risks and proactive about their food choices.
It is ultimately the responsibility of the customer to decide whether to eat certain foods. The University will not assume any
liability for adverse reactions to foods consumed or to items one may come into contact with while eating at a University
establishment. For questions regarding the ingredients of the menu items or any other questions about food contents, please consult
a member of the dining center's management team at any time. If you believe you may have disability-related food allergies or other
dietary needs related to a disability, please contact the Director of Services for Students with Disabilities at (402) 472-3787.