Smaller Trays Provide Alternative to Trayless

October 2010
FoodService Director;10/15/2010, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p31
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The article reports on the smaller food trays used by cafeterias at the University of Missouri as a way to reduce food waste. The university decided to implement the use of small food trays because students are not in favor of trayless eating. But Julaine Kiehn, director of campus dining services of the university, stated that students still have an option not to use or use food trays.


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