The judging criteria can be found here.
Clearly describe where the ingredients are grown or raised in relation to your institution
Demonstrate that the producers of your ingredients are part of the local food movement and not a conventional corporation.
Demonstrate the relationship between your institution and the local producers.
Describe how the local ingredients are procured, and how financial and logistical challenges to buying local foods have been overcome by your institution.
Describe how local food efforts have been promoted to your customers.
All uploaded documents must be in .pdf format.
The combined size of uploaded .pdf support collateral files (maximum of three files), may not exceed 13 megabytes.
File names must contain name of the institution and description (example: Smith College_ Veggie Tasting Table.pdf).
A maximum of 25 photographs may be submitted. Photos may be contained within uploaded .pdf files (web-quality resolution of approximately 72 dpi) or you may provide a link to an album hosted on a photo sharing site (e.g. Flickr, Picasa). Online photo albums must be titled with name of the institution and description.
Videos must be no longer than four minutes in length and hosted on a shared web viewing site (e.g. YouTube,Vimeo) or on the institution’s own website. Please provide link. All videos should be titled with name of the entrant institution and description. Files for student entries must contain student's name.
Any uploaded documents which contain copyrighted material and/or trademarks of others must first have written permission from each copyright and/or trademark owner for further publication and use by NACUFS. Certification that these written permissions have been obtained is required on the Official Electronic Entry Form.