How much salad do you need to feed 150 people?

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For enough salad to feed 150 people caterers will typically need 20 lbs. of tossed salad mix or 23 heads of romaine lettuce. This can vary based on intended serving size, type of salad or intended toppings.
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Depending on the type of salad, a good rule of thumb to follow is to prepare about 2-2 1/2 cups of salad per person, including things like cucumbers, and slices of tomatoes. For 150 people, it would be good to make at least 40 pounds of salad.
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