Aramark chosen to negotiate new Vikings stadium food and drink deal

  • Article by: JANET MOORE , Star Tribune
  • Updated: July 19, 2013 - 7:55 PM

The company was chosen from six contenders to handle food and beverages for the new stadium.

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sultan925Jul. 19, 1310:32 AM

If you think the price of food and beverages were high before just wait and see what happens if Aramark gets the contract, just ask anyone at the Gophers stadium.

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sooofedupJul. 19, 1310:33 AM

Good to see the Vikings going local on this, NOT!

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gimp77Jul. 19, 1310:40 AM

From small towns to the big show. They take business form the locals everywhere.

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circleoflifeJul. 19, 1310:41 AM

This would be unfortunate. I can't stand Aramark's food. It tastes fake.

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wingophersJul. 19, 1311:27 AM

First of all I hope this means they sell Coca Cola soft drink products instead of Pepsi like Target Center and Target Field. Secondly it would be interesting to see who was the registered lobbyist for Aramak. Always follow the money!

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KarskoJul. 19, 1311:28 AM

It is great to see that they put a lot of thought into this. Aramark has had numerous labor disputes over unfair employment practices. They also take shortcuts in food quality. Prisoners even rioted from their food. After the NFL bag policy I think this is another reason to not renew my tickets.

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northstars91Jul. 19, 1311:54 AM

By the time the stadium is done soda pop will be $6... yea

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IHATELOGINS0Jul. 19, 1312:28 PM

What do people see in this company? I've seen their food offerings many times first hand. It's a steady stream of bland, absolute lowest quality food at absolute highest price. I kept getting diarreaha I finally narrowed it down to their chicken, never eat the chicken!!!!

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commonsens4uJul. 19, 1312:50 PM

Aramark is the company that has the TCF Stadium contract and the U LOST $ selling beer! Why would the Vikings even consider them?

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gophermomJul. 19, 1312:54 PM

The same Aramark that won't let you bring a half-eaten granola bar into the stadium with you? The Twins' vendor allows patrons to bring their entire pantry into the game. I literally was told that I was not allowed to bring a granola bar into TCF stadium that I had already started to eat. I had to wait outside the gates to finish it, or throw it away.

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