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Wisconsin Sports Stadiums Cleaner Than Minnesota’s

“ESPN’s Outside The Lines published an exhaustive report on food safety at every major North American sports venue. None of the four Twin Cities sports venues on the list fared well,” wrote the Star Tribune.

None of the four Twin Cities sports venues on the list fared well.

The worst of the bunch, per OTL’s reporting and methodology, was U.S. Bank Stadium — home of the Vikings, which opened in 2016. High-level violations were found at nearly 60 percent of inspection points, ranking U.S. Bank Stadium 90th out of the 107 venues.

In contrast, the facilities in Wisconsin fared much better. Miller Park was rated the cleanest baseball stadium in the nation, the Bradley Center was the cleanest basketball stadium, and Lambeau Field was middle-of-the pack, but still considerably cleaner than the $498 million boondoggle for taxpayers.

You can see how other stadiums fared by clicking here.

 

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