The MTC cafeteria must serve 3,000 people in 40-minute shifts over a two-hour window. It now offers diners a choice of four distinct food platforms. BYU Dining's cafeteria in the MTC serves three meals a day to these trainees in a “military-style” format dictated by the need to accommodate 3,000 people in a two-hour window (the trainees come in shifts, with each getting 40 minutes to eat). The trainees are cloistered, so it is basically a captive audience, and the cafeteria is closed to ...

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