By octav on Apr 01, 2009
In the last few weeks I flew United to London a couple of times and on both flights the dinner rolls that were served with the food seemed to date the build year of the Boeing 777-200 (ca. 1995-1998). If for some reasons UAL can't serve fresh bread, I suggest they stop (hey, who needs the extra carbs anyway!). I would not mind paying for the meal as long as value is provided.
The other option for United (if they still have a large stock of last century bread) is to donate the rolls to the Pentagon. I am sure it can be used for target practice as ammunition for cluster bombs.