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An Airline Is Starting To Serve Sustainably Sourced In-Flight Meals That Are Actually Good

By Aimee Lutkin

If you actually manage to get a meal on your flight, airplane food is known to be pretty terrible. Most flights satisfy their snack obligations with 2 ounces of pretzels and a sip of water, if you're lucky. But one airline is trying to make in-flight meals a thing again by propelling themselves into the 21st century. Singapore Airlines is now offering sustainably sourced food, according to The Independent. Senior vice president of products and services, Marvin Tan, said in a statement, that the new menu reflects a desire to be more sustainable within their industry overall.

“Our food and beverage sustainability efforts will further demonstrate and reinforce Singapore Airlines’ ongoing efforts to help reduce our carbon footprint and ensure a greener environment,” said  Tan. “While we continue to deliver a quality in-flight dining experience, we would also like our customers to know that we are playing our part in ensuring sustainability.” 

@recovering.foodaholic's fish congee onboard #SingaporeAir. What's your favourite dish? #FlySQ #SQFoodie

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