"They're astonishingly OK", Max Thinius, a spokesman for Allyouneed.com told CNN. "I didn't think one could do such stuff that you heat and eat it, but it works", Thinius, who clearly hasn't heard of a Hungry-Man dinner, added.
As yet, it undetermined whether the retailer will continue providing Air Food One's faux plane food to the public. "If it will be successful we will of course expand, if it's not, we won't", Thinius said in a very logical statement. "There's a lot of things we have to test, not just if the meals are liked by the customers, but also the logistics".