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Carnival Glory Food Facts

Posted on: January 17th, 2013 - Ship Fact Sheets

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MIAMI – In addition to two formal dining rooms, guests sailing aboard the  Carnival Glory enjoy an elegant steakhouse, as well as the casual two-level Red Sail Restaurant featuring a New York-style deli, Asian and American specialty areas, a seafood station and a 24-hour pizzeria.  Carnival also offers complimentary 24-hour room service. 
In just one week, with eight meals and snacks daily, guests sailing aboard Carnival Glory will be served:

3,025
6,480
3,200
23,750
5,600
7,350

pounds of prime rib
pounds of chicken
steaks
shrimp
hot dogs
hamburgers
And for breakfast lovers:

1,000
60,480
2,100
1,175
3,250
6,700
22,500
32,500
4,800
5,200

gallons of fruit juices
bacon slices
pounds of coffee
gallons of homogenized milk
bagels
individual boxes of breakfast cereal
slices of white bread
Danish pastries
slices of French toast
pancakes
Here are some fruit and vegetable figures:

17,250
19,500
8,400
6,950
3,850
1,550
1,675

tomatoes
potatoes
heads of iceberg lettuce
bananas
apples
cantaloupes
fresh pineapples
Don’t forget the Italian deck officers, who help guests finish off 2,475 pounds of pasta and 5,400 pizzas.
Pastries are all made aboard “from scratch,” using in part:

2,125
8,850
1,750

pounds of cake mixes
pounds of flour
pounds of shortening
Thirsty “Fun Ship” guests drink their way through:

28,400
1,000
1,300

cans of soft drinks
gallons from the bar fountain
gallons of iced tea
And those are just a few of the 1,500 or so separate items consumed by guests aboard the Carnival Glory in a single week.
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