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New food-ordering formula could lead to less food waste in buffet-style restaurants

(University of Missouri-Columbia) Although food waste occurs in all stages of food production, some of the largest losses occur at all-you-care-to-eat, buffet-style facilities. University of Missouri researchers have calculated the economic and environmental production costs associated with meats and vegetables -- such as fuel, transportation and fertilizers -- and developed a formula that managers may use to reduce food waste at AYCTE facilities.
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