Start your day at the CPS Café! From a cup of coffee to a bowl of homemade soup, the CPS Café is a unique food service business open to our campus and community friends. UW-Stevens Point food and nutrition students operate the CPS Café and experience all aspects of food service operation and management.
CPS Café offers the best natural and organic foods. The menu focuses on healthy eating choices. The food is sourced from sustainable local farms and the café uses green-sustainable practices in the operation. Fair trade coffees and bakery from scratch are featured every morning. Vegetarian and handmade soups, organic ranged meats and roasted organic vegetables are offered for lunch.
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Ready-to-go or quickly made sandwiches
Toasted Specialty Sandwiches
Monday: 7:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
Tuesday: 7:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
Wednesday: 7:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
Thursday: 7:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
Friday: 7:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
The CPS Cafe is located at 1901 Fourth Ave. on the first floor of the College of Professional Studies building on the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point campus.
Gravel Road Farm is a small scale farm located in Waupaca. Owners Ross and Brigid Ferkett focus their practices on a mission to create agriculture products in a way that causes minimal impact on the natural environment. They provide the CPS Café with fruits and vegetables including tomatoes, eggplants, watermelon, cantaloupe and fresh herbs.
January Farms located in Sharon is owned and operated by Kim Beckham. January Farms produces all natural, chemical free greenhouse herbs and lettuces as well as open pollinated tomatoes, fruits and vegetables. Kim provides the CPS Café with fresh tomatoes, bell peppers, squash, potatoes, egg plants, cabbage, greens, herbs, apples and strawberries.
New Roots Coffee Company, located in Ringle, offers the CPS Café specialty coffees roasted with expertise. Joseph Zimmerman, owner and roast master, sources coffee from emerging coffee origins around the world. The idea is that paying fair prices for quality coffee supports and rewards small coffee farmers for their sweat, passion and expertise.
Raikowski Farm raises quality food using natural practices they offer custom meats and sell them by the cut. Located in Junction City. Sara and Larry Raikowski provide the CPS Café with grass-raised beef, pastured pork fed a local grain mix, bacon and chicken.
Tapped Maple Syrup LLC, located in Antigo, crafts infused, barrel-aged and pure maple syrup from sustainably managed forests in Northern Wisconsin. This operation is owned by Abi and Jeremy Solin, but family operated with generations of the Solin family partaking in the syrup making process. Their use of high quality ingredients produces rich, delicious, unique flavors of syrup for the CPS Café to utilize.
Waupaca’s Dancing Bear Apiary is a small, family business owned and operated by Kent and Bernadette Pegorsch. Dancing Bear Apiary has been collecting and bottling Wisconsin honey since 1976, offering the CPS Café pure, raw, unfiltered honey straight from the bees. They work to handle their honey from “hive to bottle” to maintain a rich, tasty and nutritious honey.
Whitefeather Organics is a family farm located in Custer with a focus on healthy soil, healthy water and healthy people. Their mission is to be an environmentally sensitive, local, healthy and sustainable option for the community. Tony and Laura Whitefeather provide the CPS Café with fresh, certified organic produce including onions, pumpkins, microgreen, squash, potatoes and zucchini.
Maplewood Gardens – is a farm with years of service to the CPS Café. The farmer Dave Peterson is a veteran organic farmer out of Elderon. He is a great teacher of his craft and his produce. He is also currently per pound our top supplier.