What You Didn't Want To Know About Stadium Food

concessions What You Didn't Want To Know About Stadium Food

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If it’s the truth that you are what you eat, you might want to think twice before getting in line for concessions at the ballpark.

ESPN analyzed health department inspections for all 107 North American arenas and stadiums that are home to MLB, NFL, NHL and NBA Leagues in 2009 — and the results weren’t pretty.

Employees not washing their hands and cockroaches below a soda dispenser are some of the major health department violations at Detroit’s professional stadiums and arenas.

According to ESPN, Ford Field scored the highest, with the most critical violations. The Palace of Auburn Hills scored the lowest.Read the full article at ESPN.com.

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  1. steve833 says:

    Maybe if they had actual employees (as opposed to volunteer groups) working the majority stands their report would look a little bit nicer.

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