Brussels Airlines to Serve Foodmaker Products on Flights

By Jesse Sokolow on 1 June 2016
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DSC_1526Brussels Airlines announced a new partnership with Belgian company Foodmaker.

The airline is now offering what it says are healthy fresh meals and snacks that were created by Foodmaker solely for Brussels Airlines.

The company, which creates healthy salads and dishes with locally sourced ingredients, designed warm meals for Brussels Airlines flights lasting over two hours, and salads and cold snacks for flights with shorter durations.

In May, Brussels Airlines announced that it would debut this month new menus in business class (on flights to the United States, Canada, and Africa) that are designed by renowned Belgian chef Dimitri Marit.

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