Aramark, the official caterer for the World Cup soccer tournament in Germany this summer, has run afowl of native poultry producers because of its decision not to sell chicken dishes at the games due to bird flu concerns. German poultry farmers are up in arms over the decision, according to a report in the European Expatica news service. The World Cup, soccer's premier international event, will be held in stadiums across a dozen German cities beginning June 9 and will feature national teams ...
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