Hummus Controversy Spreads

DePaul University has asked its dining services department to resume sales of Sabra branded hummus, a product that has grown increasingly controversial on college campuses because it is partly owned by a company with ties to the Israeli military. Currently, students at Princeton University are voting on a referendum that asks the university to offer an alternative hummus product alongside Sabra.

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