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Lunch-Tray Exit Irks Some Students

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Lunch-Tray Exit Irks Some Students

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Lunch-Tray Exit Irks Some Students

Lunch-Tray Exit Irks Some Students

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Across the country, schools are eliminating lunch trays to cut down on water use and for health reasons.

A University of Virginia study found people tended to take more than they would actually eat if they had a tray.

The move has irritated students, however.

Sandy Hausman reports for member station WVTF.

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