Three caterers were called in the reports: LSG Sky Chefs, Gourmet, and Flying Food Group. Collectively, these caterers prepare a lot more than 100 million meals each year, including those offered by Delta, American, United, U.S. Airways and Continental. These conditions provide a welcome mat for the germs that cause food poisoning, said Roy Costa a previous Florida state food inspector who examined the reviews for USA Today. The situation was called by him ‘disturbing,’ stating that ‘it poses a real threat of illness and problems for thousands of airline travellers on a daily basis.’ A spokesperson for Flying Food Group, Ellen Pritsker, told CBSnews via email that the ‘findings’ attributed to the company had been addressed and that it works hard to ensure that food is safe.Kaiser Health Information, an independent news service editorially, is a scheduled plan of the Kaiser Family Foundation, a nonpartisan health care policy research business unaffiliated with Kaiser Permanente. Acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal will defend the law’s specific mandate on Tuesday when Richmond’s Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals takes up two challenges to the law. Courtroom watchers say it’s highly unusual for the government’s highest position lawyer to be arguing a case before it reaches the Supreme Courtroom . Richmond Times-Dispatch: Va. To Problem U.S. On Health Law The next round of the nation’s great health-care debate begins this week in Richmond.