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Condé Nast Implores Staffers to Instagram New Cafeteria

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Condé Nast is so proud of its new cafeteria that it's encouraging employees to post pictures of it on social media. According to a Page Six report, multiple editors at New York Fashion Week were overheard discussing whether or not they had posted pictures of the cafeteria as suggested.

The cafeteria also has its own Instagram account, @cafe1wtc, where pictures of cold-pressed juice and roasted vegetables are enthusiastically displayed to 68 followers (the account was just created a month ago). When questioned about the tactic, a Condé Nast representative explained to Page Six: "It's an amazing space, and since most people won't see it, #yourewelcome."