RIP Community Candy Dish
Have we seen the last of the community bowl of candy?
Whether you're at your grandmother's house, the bank or the work place there always seems to be a bowl full of assorted candies to satisfy the old sweet tooth. Are those days long behind us now.
There's been speculation that buffets may not return to the Hudson Valley or anywhere when the "new normal" starts to officially kick in. If they do return it could be a while. Though restaurants have not opened there doors for patrons to dine-in yet but when they do there's speculation the customers may not be able to handle the same utensils, glasses or condiments. Will people want to eat after each other or from the same bowl? If this is true what will be the fate of our beloved candy dish be?
If you see a candy dish in public are you pulling from it or are you passing it by next time? If there is a next time.
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