The typical all-you-care-to-eat dining hall is a vast wasteland. As customers are confronted with unlimited amounts of food, the natural temptation is to take more than one can eat and toss the excess when sated. Hence the mountains of food piled on trays, and hence the mountains of food dumped into the trash bins in the typical unlimited selection dining hall. But now some colleges and prep schools with all-you-care-to-eat programs are turning to a different approach — eliminating the ...
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