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Sodexo Receives F Rating

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A 2013 article from the blog “Is It Bad for You?” has recently been circulating around social media. The piece outlines the poor quality of the food the Sodexo company produces, and cites many surprising, and alarming, facts. In the podcast above, students give their opinions on Marquette’s dining hall food and a grade of their own.

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  1. Carly on April 24th, 2017 8:59 pm

    You didn’t need an old study to tell you that. All you have to do is consider that everything is frozen and loaded with sodium.

    A peruse past the nutrition facts of most of the items out makes me want to eat dog food because it would be more nutritionally balanced.

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