Restaurants limit customer access to napkins

Quick-service restaurants increasingly are rationing napkins in an effort to curb overuse and cut escalating costs. Paper companies that supply restaurant napkins have developed dispensers that in some cases have reduced napkin use by 30%, but many restaurant managers simply are keeping them behind the counter, forcing customers to ask for extra napkins. "It insulted me," one customer complained.

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