"Rampant mice" in the kitchen of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

A video showing a mouse walking through the ΑΠΘ kitchen was posted on Facebook by students at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, who are said to have seen specific disgusting images when they returned to study from the Easter holidays.

“When we entered the canteen, we saw a dramatic situation: spoiled food in pots… We even saw a mouse!” the students complain. As shown in the video, in the kitchen of the university, where food is prepared, a mouse roams freely.

The video was posted by the students, and yesterday they themselves took over the distribution of food, as there was a “little tension” between the contractor (responsible for catering) and the students.

“Students expressed their disagreement and protested against the unsanitary conditions in the kitchen. In response, the contractor stopped distributing food. The students showed solidarity and temporarily assumed this responsibility,” the Facebook post says. – No matter how much the rector sang about the good condition of the dining room, there is other evidence that fixes the complete opposite. We see a mouse roaming around the kitchen where the ingredients and foods that are fed to the students are prepared and stored, endangering their health.”

Protest

It is noted that today at 11:00 in front of the administrative building of the Aristotle University in Thessaloniki, a meeting of students is planned on the issue of nutrition in the public dining room (κουζίνα της λέσχης), poor sanitary conditions prevailing in it and, in particular, in the kitchen, writes in.gr. Students are also protesting the decision of the ΑΠΘ administration to enforce the measure of presenting a meal card at the entrance to the student cafeteria.



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