Dubai eatery tests pricing by weight to cut waste

12/5/2012 | Daily News (New York)

At Gramo in Dubai, guests pay for their meals based on weight in an experiment aimed at curbing the problem of food waste. The test is unusual in a city where extravagant buffet restaurants are on the rise and an estimated 1,850 tons of food are wasted daily during Ramadan.

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