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One of my favorite things to do when I travel is go to a professional baseball game (or basketball, football, hockey, soccer…). And while I’m taking in a game, I always devour some of the stadium food on hand—some tasty, some not as much. A , however, suggests that taste is not the only issue stadium in North America food faces. OTL reviewed food-safety inspection reports for all 111 North American pro sports venues, and, well, I might not be eating at every stadium going forward. .

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1 Comment On "The Best and Worst Stadiums in North America for Food Safety"
  1. Patrick O'Day|

    Check out baseball in Havana Cuba.
    It is a mad house. Kind of reminds me
    of a high school hockey game in Chicago.