3/07/2013 10:31:00 AM

Nutella Theft Is a Major Problem for Columbia University

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The NY Times files a report about the shocking amount of Nutella theft going on in Columbia University cafeterias. Apparently once the cafs starting putting it out for students to use freely like peanut butter, the hoarding began. (You think you know, but you have no idea.) "The problem was that the Columbia students went through jars and jars of Nutella — at least 100 pounds a day, according to a freshman member of the Columbia College Student Council who had urged the university’s Dining Services operation to provide it in the first place. Apparently they were not just eating it in the dining hall. They were spiriting it away in soup containers and other receptacles, to be eaten later." Man, and we thought our college Nutella habit was so original. [NYT]


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