Following up to my post the other day about how meals aboard Emirates aircraft are made and how airline food in general is cooked, this is an interesting snapshot from 20/20 on Airplane food, and about the “dirty truth” behind how these meals are made.
Without giving away the secrets, this is a concerning thing passengers don’t get to see. I don’t know how my morning omelette is made, or how my cheese ravioli is cooked (or where it has been), but it may make me take a second look next time I’m offered that complimentary tray in the forward cabin.
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