TRENDS: Lighter fare buffets set a new pace

Chater, Amanda
April 1999
FoodService Director;04/15/99, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p77
Trade Publication
States that smaller cruiselines are following the lead of the larger conglomerates in providing many dining options at a higher cost. Comparison of the food-costs per passenger of smaller and larger cruiselines; Features of the menu served in smaller cruiselines; Eating patterns of passengers.


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