Lunch of people from different countries and backgrounds
• Lunch of people from different countries and backgrounds
Some people may enjoy caviar and wine, and others for dinner - Coca-Cola bottle with bananas and candy. FBI consume 2 times more calories than the average person, the Finnish sailors can not imagine lunch without a glass of milk, and employees of the Moscow GUM eat a pass. We have collected 10 photos of dishes that people around the world eat for lunch, according to their profession.
1. Employees of Machine-Tool Plant (Belarus)
Cabbage soup with fresh cabbage with sour cream, pasta with sauce, cutlet, fruit compote and bread can be bought in the dining room at the plant. And it is only 60 rubles. 500 calories.
2. Military Ground Forces (Russian).
The military can choose from 2 to prepare a salad, 2 soups, 3 hot dishes, juice or fruit compote.
3. Employees of the naval base (Finland).
Cafeteria offers a simple but nutritious meals such as potatoes with meat or stews, salads, fruits and vegetables, meats, butter, pastries, tea or coffee. From discount beverage milk or sour milk beverage.
4. Pilots operating in the major airlines (Netherlands).
Most major airlines have a rule which says that the pilots should have different dishes to reduce the risk of food poisoning for the entire crew.
5. The pilots operating in low cost airlines (United States).
Pilots operating in small or low-cost airlines in the US get the same sets of dishes or bring their lunch-boxes with homemade food. Some of them use the kitchen at the airport, to prepare their own meals.
6. Employees of LEGO (Denmark).
a dining table in the dining room. Companies like the idea of a healthy diet, so it offers a lot of salads, vegetables and fruits. Offering hot meals and a variety of snacks served on Fridays.
7. Retail workers GUM (Russia).
For employees of GUM there is a special shop with branded cookware and dishes prepared by Soviet recipes. Employees may buy lunch for 200 rubles. The dining room is located on the first floor, and you can get there only with an identity card.
8. Emergency doctor (Canada).
In emergency physicians have a break for lunch, but in most cases they have to eat on the go. Some people buy food in the dining room before starting to work, while others prefer home.
9. Firefighters (Slovakia).
Firefighters also need to eat on the go. Usual meal usually consists of a large portion of rice with vegetables and meat. When they extinguish the fire, they can spend up to 500 calories per hour, so their portion must be large.
10. The FBI and the Agency's elite Special Forces units (US).
Base Quantico - is a completely separate entity with its own infrastructure, where cafés. Lunch for the FBI and secret service agents should be the most nutritious. Not all the dishes here are free, but the selection is great and the dishes are rich in proteins and carbohydrates: thanks to active learning is more than the average daily intake of 3,000 calories.