At the end of the USA Today article, they quote Jetblue as saying that they conduct their own impromptu checks of the food prep kitchen, but this point is moot because Jetblue only serves pre-packaged snack foods like Terra Blue Chips. Why didn't USA Today talk to an airline that deals out thousands and thousands of heated dinners per day? Probably because none would speak to USA Today?
We ate the economy class chicken meal above on a recent Delta flight to Berlin, and now we're wondering what kind of grossness was hidden in the mystery green stuff there. Does hearing all this make you want to bring your own sack lunch onboard?
· FDA Report reveals airline food could pose health threat [USAToday]
· The Best Domestic Airlines for Healthy In-Flight Snacking [Jaunted]
· The Saddest Fruit Plate in All of First Class [Jaunted]
· Airplane Food [Jaunted]
[Photo: Delta international Coach class meal, Jaunted>]