Feb 23, 2008
In order to attract more eaters, an all-you-can-eat restaurant added ingredients to the salad bar, hoping to make it a better value and more diverse. Already confronted by too many choices, customers would shrink back to the standard salad they knew how to make. The result: customers self-reinforced their notion that the place was only about a single dish — whatever they ate the most.
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