Google Overhauls Cafeterias to Put Focus on Healthy Foods

Posted on January 27, 2013

Google is known for its great cafeterias, which offers tons of free food during all hours of the days. After some Google employees complained about packing on weight, Google overhauled its cafeterias to put the focus on healthier food. The cafeteria is designed to showcase the salad bar first. Water was placed at eye level and soft drinks were moved to the bottom of the refrigerated display cases. Delicious desserts are still available, but they are in smaller portions and placed far in the back in the cafeteria. The idea is that busy Google employees will grab the healthier food and beverages because it is what they see first. Take a look:

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