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FOOD & BEVERAGE

SNACKS &

DRINKS REPORT

Food and drink have forever had massive ties to people’s emotional well-being and have huge impacts on their connections with others. A tasty bite to eat or something sweet to sip on can improve the passenger perception of their time in the aircraft cabin. As people return to travel, these suppliers are showcasing the products that guarantee a memorable inflight food and drink experience by JANE HOBSON

Smoothies– Noka: Noka offers non-GMO, vegan, gluten-free and organic smoothies ideal for passengers and life on-the-go. Enhanced with plant proteins, healthy fats and antioxidant-rich superfoods, the company sources high quality ingredients to help power hungry people. Contact airline distributor partner DFMi for more info.

Cashews with a story - Snackbox To Go: Snackbox To Go’s cashew snacks are the result of a project with Mozambique-based Sunshine Nut Co. Ninety percent of profit goes back to the community where the cashews are harvested. The nuts are roasted and packed into airtight bags to preserve freshness and taste. Available in four flavors. Three-year shelf life. Fifteengram bag for complimentary snack and 30-gram bag for buy-on-board.

Best fries in the sky - Snackbox To Go: Known for the ‘Best fries in the sky’, Snackbox To Go’s iconic gluten free, 100 percent natural french fries can be paired with chicken fillet, pizza and fish nuggets. Recently it launched its loaded fries: topped with cheddar cheese, bacon and cheese, cheese and jalapenos or barbeque style.

Hand cooked crisps – Kent Crisps: Award-winning Kent Crisps are hand cooked, made using British potatoes and real ingredients to give a unique twist on the nation’s favorite flavors. The packaging pays homage to British landscapes and landmarks. Seven flavors available in 40-gram size and selected flavors in convenient 30-gram size. Contact airline distributor partner McGuire & Associates for more info.

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