Threats against the sacred office candy bowl

 

 

Oh man. Now they want to take the candy bowl away. Can we just use opaque containers? Maybe put a lid on it? Please???

There is research to show how irresistible the candy dish can be. A four-week study of 40 secretaries found that when candy was visible in a clear, covered dish, participants ate 2.5 pieces of chocolate on top of the 3.1 candies they would have eaten had the chocolates been in an opaque container, according to the 2006 study in the International Journal of Obesity. Moving the dish closer, so the subjects could reach the candy while seated at their desks, added another 2.1 candies a day to their intake.

via The Battle of the Office Candy Jar – WSJ.com.

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