Added 21 May, 2013
Slowly but surely, the quality of airport food is rising the world over. One of the latest places to get a gourmet makeover is London Heathrow, where a pair of famous television foodies is looking to improve the airport eating experience. John Torode and Gregg Wallace from the BBC show Masterchef are taking on a six-month culinary challenge at the airport, and when they’re done the plan is to make the airside offerings just a little bit better. When it’s all said and done, there should be better food and more healthy options. To pass along their newfound knowledge the pair is publishing a new food digest called Food on the Fly. It will work as a guide to what’s good and what’s even better across the airport this July, as officials hand it out to hungry passengers.