Two separate research studies from Aramark Higher Education conclude that removing trays from college dining halls results in significant reductions in food waste, and that customers are ready to accept trayless dining in order to support environmental stewardship. The company says that 50 to 60 percent of its 500 college clients will go trayless in the upcoming school year. One study measured food waste from more than 186,000 meals served at over 25 higher education institutions during the ...
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