Aramark refutes union allegations as foodservice recruitment effort

DETROIT Two service employees’ unions are calling for the board and administration of Detroit’s public school system to investigate Aramark for failing to deliver an allegedly promised $25 million in revenue from a five-year foodservice management contract.

The unions, UNITE HERE and the Service Employees International Union, claim that Aramark brought in only $1.4 million in revenues during the life of the contract, which began in 2001. The school district

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