A group of students at Princeton University has sponsored a referendum that asks the school's Student Government Association to order Princeton Dining Services to offer an alternative to the Sabra branded hummus currently offered exclusively in the school's retail dining locations, reports the Daily Princetonian. The group, the Princeton Committee on Palestine (PCP), objects to Sabra because it is partly owned by the Strauss Group, which provides care packages and recreation equipment to a ...
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