Simple print campaigns may be an affordable and effective alternative to reduce food waste, according to an analysis conducted by Kelly Whitehair, an assistant director at Kansas State University's Van Zile Dining Center who is also a December 2011 doctoral graduate in hospitality management and dietetics. After posters reminded students about food waste during meal services with a message that read "Eat what you take. Don't waste food," Whitehair found that they threw ...
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