University of Kentucky student Sarah Harvey filled her glass with soda with her dinner at The 90 in August 2015. UK has announced that food-service vendor Aramark will no longer list soft drinks and ice sales among its local food purchases.
University of Kentucky student Sarah Harvey filled her glass with soda with her dinner at The 90 in August 2015. UK has announced that food-service vendor Aramark will no longer list soft drinks and ice sales among its local food purchases. Mark Cornelison mcornelison@herald-leader.com
University of Kentucky student Sarah Harvey filled her glass with soda with her dinner at The 90 in August 2015. UK has announced that food-service vendor Aramark will no longer list soft drinks and ice sales among its local food purchases. Mark Cornelison mcornelison@herald-leader.com

University of Kentucky to stop counting Coke and ice as ‘local’ food

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