An Aramark chef and a staff of 12 prepared and sent almost 6,000 meals to the Chilean miners famously trapped almost a half-mile underground before their recent rescue, reports the New York Times. Food was one of the most critical issues facing the 33 miners who were discovered alive on August 22 in the collapsed mine near Copiapo. After an initial contract between the Chilean government and a local foodservice provider proved unsatisfactory, the Ministry of Health contacted Aramark, which ...
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