Food Health Inspection at Memorial U Finds Temperature Concerns


ST. JOHN’S, N.L.― Following complaints from students at Memorial University about food quality, a health inspection of the dining hall on Wednesday found inadequate temperatures on hot holding equipment, which can spur the growth of bacteria, reports the CBC.

This follows other food-safety concerns in the recent past, including the temperature on a rice holder, which wasn’t adequately hot, and an area of the floor and a hood vent that needed cleaning.

Students have taken to social media, using the hashtag #StopAramark, to voice their concerns.

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