Phillies Fans To Be Able To Get Beer, Water Delivered To Seats Through Text MessageAs part of the pilot program beginning Friday, fans sitting in sections 142, 143, 144 and 145 at Citizens Bank Park will be able to text their orders without using a special app.
'Pistachio Girl' Fired From Vendor Job At Citizens Bank ParkAramark says "Pistachio Girl" has been fired from her job as a vendor at Citizens Bank Park after her public support of white nationalists.
Aramark Unveils Its Future Global HeadquartersAramark has announced it'll be moving to new digs on the banks of the Schuylkill River.
Lincoln Financial Field And Aramark Kickoff 2015 Season With New Menu OptionsTo accommodate their passion for food, Aramark Executive Chef James Hennesey spends the off season developing new culinary creations.
Aramark Revising Menus To Cut Fat, Boost Produce, GrainsAramark has teamed with the American Heart Association on a program to cut fat and sodium by 20 percent by 2020.
Extensive Line of Pope Francis Merchandise to be Offered During Fall VisitThe World Meeting of Families has announced that Aramark will be the official retail provider.
Aramark Issues Clarification On Alcohol Being Served At Citizens Bank ParkAramark clarifies their statement regarding selling alcohol at Citizens Bank Park.
Lankenau Hospital Patient Steals Van, Crashes During Escape AttemptA patient was injured while trying to escape a hospital in a stolen delivery van in Lower Merion.
Eagles, Aramark Unveil New Menu The Eagles and Aramark unveiled new menu items and dining experiences for the 2014 NFL season.
Michigan Imposes $200,000 Fine On Philadelphia-based Prison Food Vendor The state of Michigan is fining its prison food vendor $200,000 for "unacceptable" errors since food service was privatized late last year.
Aramark and CHOP Team Up To Battle Childhood ObesityThe project called Home Plate is a three year research project to teach low income parents the best way to cook healthy meals to keep their kids fit.
Maggots Reportedly Found In Prison Food Supplied By Philadelphia-based CompanyThe director of a state prisons oversight committee says there appears to be legitimate concerns about the job a private vendor is doing feeding Ohio inmates.