Upon request, we share with customers all ingredients that go into our final product.
So, I sent them an email that day suggesting that they may have been confused about their own policies.
A week and a day later I got a "thank you for your inquiry" response. (the exact email can be found here)
On April 15th, after waiting patiently two weeks for a response, I sent them this:
It's been a couple weeks since I've heard from you in regards to the ingredient transparency claim made on the Aramark website. Are there any updates on that situation? Would it help if I contacted someone else?
Thanks a lot!
Since then, I've gotten this back:
That's right... a big white space.
Well less than that, actually. I don't think most email sites will let you send blank messages. And even if they could, that might just take far too much effort. I'm sure they wouldn't want to lead me on.
So what do I have to do to be taken seriously?
Is it too much to ask for a simple SELF CREATED POLICY to be followed?
I just want to know what's in the school cafeteria food.