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It has long been suggested that crew members onboard eat guest leftovers from the dining room and have a lack of choice. Even though there has always been a choice of different foods onboard it does now seem to be getting better. For someone who used to work on Carnival ships for many years, there was never a choice of western style food at the end of the line as seen in the video.

Watch Crew At Lunch Time:

The video shows a nice insight into the options now available for the crew to eat. This should put an end to the questions constantly asked about the food crew eat. If I was still working on ships today I would have no problem eating my lunch in the crew mess.

With pretty much all major foods covered the crew will be kept happy while working onboard. Foods like rice, curry, and french fries are among the favorites and there has always been a great selection of salads and fruit everyday.

Nice to see the happy crew with more choice on the line compared to several years ago.

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