UK: Airport food contract ends for Egon Ronay
UK master chef Egon Ronay has seen his contract with BAA to improve the standards of food available at London's Heathrow and Gatwick airports end after ten years. Ronay was first challenged by BAA to improve the standards in 1990, after he described the available food at the airports as "fit only for the dustbin" in his column in the Sunday Times newspaper. The decision not to renew the contract was mutual, said Ronay.
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