What Airlines Don’t Want You To Know About Their Food

When Airlines were created there was a need to cater passengers fast and with concern. The first meals were just carry on bags to keep the food properly protected against weather and any unwelcome ‘bacteria,’ but from the 4 passengers added to the first mail back in 1929, there was a need to create an industry. Catering couch carts were designed and trucks with special hi-lifts followed immediately. The meals from earlies 60’s were a luxury that added a Chef for quality. Cold Plates and hot plates were designed with care. Most wouldn’t believe it, but a meal was worth over a 20 dollar bill. But like in any industry, it became a ‘carry on’ huge load for the Airline Industry, when cuts and downsizing stepped forward on the budgeting chain. Instead of just talking about it lets immerse in one of those Catering places and Interview this 23 years old employee. Let’s name him Eddy. He is from down South and found about the job through his family that works in this Facility. We won’t name the place, but we will have access to this place. MORE… What Airlines Don’t Want You To Know About Their Food

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