Hill Exchange welcomes misoYUM to the food court

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HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah -- There's a fresh new dining option inside Hill's Army & Air Force Exchange Service food court: misoYUM.

75th Air Base Wing Vice Commander Col. Peter P. Feng joined local Exchange leaders in cutting the ribbon on the restaurant, which offers Korean-style chicken, pork, tofu, noodles, rice and pot stickers.

Menu items can be made with better-for-you ingredients, including fresh vegetables and options for gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan lifestyles.

“The Exchange is committed to bringing high-quality restaurants that fit the lifestyles of our Airmen and families,” said Hill AFB Exchange General Manager Tammy Hairston. “misoYUM is another exciting addition to the food court that offers better-for-you options for the Hill community.”

All of the Exchange’s more than 1,700 restaurants offer better-for-you menu choices to support Warfighters’ readiness and resiliency as part of the Exchange’s BE FIT program to promote healthy lifestyles.

Shopping the Hill Exchange and dining at Exchange restaurants benefits military families, as 100% of Exchange earnings support the community. In 2020, the Exchange contributed more than $487,000 to quality-of-life programs at Hill AFB.

misoYUM is located at 5845 E Ave., building 412. It’s open from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information, call 801-773-1207.