When the University of North Texas converted its Mean Greens dining hall to an all-vegan format last fall, it was expected to offer students a signature dining option as well as to provide students who practice a meatless diet a place to eat with plenty of choices. It has certainly done that, and also seems to have generated a significant uptick in meal plan sales for the university, which have risen some 30 percent since the vegan Mean Greens made its debut in fall 2011. Dining ...
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