The university purchases locally processed coffee, baked goods, and ice cream, as well as some organic food. The grounds department also grows vegetables for use in the dining halls. Preconsumer food scraps from three dining halls are composted, and leftover food is donated to a local food bank. All dining halls are trayless, and waste cooking oil is recycled for fuel. In 2009, UAF held its first “Really Free Market,” a clothing and furniture swap at the end of the academic year.