In 1997, a US airline saved $ 40,000 by removing one olive from each salad

In 1997, a US airline saved $ 40,000 by removing one olive from each salad

The former CEO of the company had suggested this idea to save money, saying that passengers would not see the difference. In 2000, a company announced a gain of over $ 300,000 a year by removing 3 peanuts from its appetizer sachets. For the same reasons of lowering costs, another company reported saving about $ 50,000 a year by removing olives, lemon zest and grapefruit juice from its list of bar condiments.

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