Basically, the celebrity chef is challenging the public school systems in America to make a change for the better - to serve more fresh food, and less processed food. This made me think... what about airline food?
Some of the meals I've had flying economy class internationally could use a similar "revolution". Even with efforts to improve the quality of food you can purchase on-board (now that meals are rarely included with your economy ticket), I still think it's best to scout the terminal for something you can buy there and eat later. (The photo above is from "Airport as a Tomato Sees It" and has answered all my questions about how airline food gets from the factory to my tray table.)