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From Farm to Plane Dining on Singapore Airlines

Economy Class Gluten Free Meal onboard Singapore Airlines from Singapore to Sydney

Singapore Airlines will be introducing farm to plane concept for its in-flight dining offerings to promote environmental sustainability and support local farmers’ communities. Currently, Singapore Airlines uses fish from fisheries certified by the Marine Stewardship Council for their sustainable fishing practices, and obtain produce from local farms in countries the Airline flies to.

Singapore Airlines Business Class table setting 

With the “From Farm to Plane” concept, the airline intends to use more sustainable and meatless ingredients, as well as local produce in its in-flight meals. It will work with partners overseas and in Singapore to source for such ingredients. The airline’s International Culinary Panel of world-renowned chefs will create in-flight menus using more sustainable ingredients and local produce from farms at the Airline’s destinations, such as cherry tomatoes, pumpkins, green beans and lettuce. The new menus will be offered to Suites customers on selected routes later this year. It will be progressively introduced in other classes.



Singapore Airlines Business Class Glass

Singapore Airlines will also be introducing an organic French Shiraz wine in Business Class on selected flights from early next year.

“Our food and beverage sustainability efforts will further demonstrate and reinforce Singapore Airline’s ongoing efforts to help reduce our carbon footprint and ensure a greener environment. 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,” shared Marvin Tan, Singapore Airlines’ Senior Vice President of Product and Services.

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