The bacon dog — a hot dog with a slab of bacon and melted cheese — is among the new Phillies’ ballpark food offerings this year.
Christie, Along With Camden Mayor And Superintendent Of Schools, Announce After School Dinner Program
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Philadelphia food giant Aramark is reducing its local workforce. 300 jobs will move to Nashville.
The stadium concessionaire Aramark has sent its top vendors to work the stands of the MLB All-Star Game in New York, and one of them works at Citizens Bank Park.
Philadelphia-based Aramark Corporation and the volunteering agency City Year sent dozens of volunteers to help renovate underutilized rooms at Lutheran Settlement House so computer instructor Kwaku Boateng (at right in photo) could help those lacking a high school diploma get the skills they need to effectively search for work.
“Ethisphere does quite a bit of research and scrutiny on companies for you to be included on this list,” SCA vice-president Amy Bellcourt says.
Between food giant Aramark and local partners like Chickie’s and Pete’s, and Melt Down Grilled Cheese, there’s going to be an even wider array of food at home games this year.
Unionized Aramark workers rallied at Occupy Philadelphia then marched to the Aramark Tower at 11th and market streets this evening. They were protesting the lack of movement on a contract.
Going to a Phillies game this year can be exciting, tasty, and (dare we say) healthy all at once.