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    George AshurNov 4, 2016 at 11:04 am

    FYI, Georgetown just extended its contract with Aramark for another 10 years.

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    SunnyOct 26, 2016 at 2:13 pm

    And how did this author feel about Sodexo while they were on campus?

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    Paul J. DoughertyOct 26, 2016 at 12:42 pm

    Among many things needed to get this University up & running, full whole complte … lacking in nothing is IN-HOUSE FOOD SERVICE OPERATION. Engineers Country Club might be, in part, a good example, they have a banquet type of food service (included in club membership fees) simple good food, breakfast, lunch & dinner during the weekand treat food on Friday, Saturday & Sunday (Pork, Roast Beef Lasanga) as well as staple fish, fruit & vegetable good stuff during the week (eggplant, red pepper, green pepper, squash, Zucchinni with tuna salad or chicken Salad & flat bread for nice wrap). Columbia University in the 1950’s had a maid/cook/nurse for each brownstone building that housed football players and they shopped locally for the students that they served. These major food giants are sinking our ship.

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    John McBrideOct 26, 2016 at 6:02 am

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    John McBrideOct 26, 2016 at 5:57 am

    Man are you facts wrong. To malign a good company like ARAMARK because you got warm eggs is repugnant. No facts just innuendo terrible !

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      LizzyOct 27, 2016 at 4:21 pm

      “To malign a good company like ARAMARK because you got warm eggs is repugnant.”
      I don’t think the author ever criticized the food (if that’s what you were referring to, but I really didn’t understand what you meant there). Your criticism doesn’t engage with the ethics–why shouldn’t we criticize companies when they violate laws as well as ethical standards?

      “No facts just innuendo terrible!”
      The fines imposed on Aramark are factually true; this was discussed as well in another article from The Ram in April. So what are the specific facts that you find to be absent, other than the link that you posted, describing someone who works for Aramark receiving papal recognition for work that they did for an organization that is not Aramark?

      I agree with the author; Fordham food service has not served it’s students well in my time here, and I would also like to see us put more effort into making better decisions about our food providers.

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