Blog: Airline food lives up to its reputation

Catherine Sleep | 4 May 2004

Oft derided, airline food has been endeavouring for years to redeem itself in the eyes of sceptical, weary and demanding passengers.

This incident won’t help. Finding a frog in one’s salad doesn’t endear one, even if it does prove the food is fresh.

The very frog in question


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