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Aramark Will Continue As Dining Services Partner For UVA

Aramark Will Continue As Dining Services Partner For UVA

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The University of Virginia is sticking with Aramark as its partner for dining services. UVA says Aramark has agreed to invest $20 million to upgrade the dining halls around the Grounds. Aramark has a presence in places such as Newcomb Hall (pictured). The university has been lobbying Aramark to add more healthy eating options, more locally grown food, and greater variety in the dining hall menus. The Board of Visitors will weigh in on the matter this fall.

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