The United States Department of Justice is ordering Lesley University to make a big investment in idiosyncratic menu options for students with particular needs. Since the rationale appears to be the Americans with Disabilities Act, there is no obvious reason why it would not apply to all public accommodations that serve food, including other colleges, hospitals, corporate cafeterias, restaurants, and so forth.
We wonder how many businesses and other institutions will close their cafeterias instead of spending the money to accommodate the individual requirements of people who want tasty gluten-free, meat-free foods that do not contain a nut molecule.
If you are thinking about serving food to the public, you must make sure your proposed menu is inclusive enough. Or maybe just avoid starting that business in the first place.