Loyd Brumfield
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The Fort Stewart Main Post Exchange welcomed Bun-D, a new healthy dining option to it’s ranks, April 30.

Installation welcomes new healthy dining option

Soldiers and their Families have a new healthy choice as the Army & Air Force Exchange Service opened Bun-D at Fort Stewart on April 30.

“I’m thrilled to have another healthy lunch and dining option for our teammates at Fort Stewart,” Garrison Commander Col. Bryan Logan said. “Having a variety of choices improves the quality of life on the installation.”

Bun-D, a Germany-based restaurant that focuses on natural, unprocessed ingredients in its menu, offers salads, wraps, rice bowls and smoothies. All of the Exchange’s 1,700 restaurants offer better-for-you options that support Warfighters’ readiness and resiliency.

The Exchange takes a holistic approach to promote and encourage healthy, better-for-you options. The Exchange’s BE FIT initiative highlights health-conscious dining grab-and-go options and provides an assortment of fitness gear and wellness services.

“Military Families are excited about the addition of another healthy dining option at the Exchange,” Fort Stewart General Manager Hollie Morales said. “The Exchange is pleased to offer a variety of restaurants with better-for-you menu items.”

Morales attended a grand-opening ribbon-cutting ceremony along with Logan, Exchange Services Business Manager Angela Crowell and Bun-D franchise owner Stephanie Glover.

The Fort Stewart Bun-D is at the Exchange Food Court Building, 345 Lindquist Road, Building 71. It’s open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.