School union wins right to eat expired food

Posted By Staff

Date: June 11th, 2012

Category: Nutty News

Union workers in the Sharpsville Area School District cafeteria were the victors in a dispute with the school over what they could, and could not eat.

Members of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees filed the grievance in 2011, according to the settlement which was approved by a unanimous vote of the school board.

The grievance was based on the allegation that the school district “violated established past practice” in charging cafeteria workers for food or drinks that couldn’t be sold or consumed by students. These items would include food or drinks with expired dates or foods that had been reheated, none of which can be served to students according to safe food regulations.

But according to the settlement, cafeteria employees indeed can eat and drink those expired or reheated items – at their own risk. And they don’t have to pay for them.  Full Article

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3 Responses to “School union wins right to eat expired food”

  1. Mannie Says:

    All rite! Ma union’s takin care of me. I gets to eat all the rotten food I want and I don have to pay nuttin. Thank you Mr. Obama.

  2. Lunar™ Says:

    Bon appetit!!

  3. Renelda Moorehead Says:

    This is a case in point for not having unnions for public
    employees. They obviously do not know what to unionize against. How absurd to want to eat stale, maybe dangerously, food.

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