Penn State tests going trayless

Penn State tests going trayless

Pilot at school's largest dining hall designed to test initiative's food waste reduction potential.

Penn State will be piloting trayless dining during the fall semester in its all-you-can-eat Findlay Dining Commons in East Halls. The largest dining facility on campus, Findlay will be the school’s first trayless dining venue.

The pilot is designed to determine how much food waste the school might reduce with a tray less approach to all-you-care-to-eat dining.


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