Cathay Pacific and VEDA by Ovolo Partner to Bring Plant-Forward Dining to the Skies

Source: Cathay Pacific

Cathay Pacific and VEDA by Ovolo have partnered to offer a new range of plant-based dishes to customers in Premium Economy and Economy class on selected long-haul flights departing from Hong Kong.

The new menu features a variety of tantalizing, thoughtfully crafted dishes that focus on nutrition and flavour while celebrating international culinary influences. Some of the highlights include Keralan-style coconut curry with mushrooms, red bell peppers and cumin rice, Roasted vegetable tagine with halloumi cheese and pearl couscous and Khao soi – Northern Thai-style coconut curry noodles with mixed vegetables.

The dishes have been created by Executive Chef Raul Tronco, who is a vegetarian himself. He said that he wanted to create meals that were both delicious and sustainable.

The partnership with VEDA is part of Cathay Pacific’s commitment to sustainability. The airline is constantly looking for ways to reduce its environmental impact, and plant-based dining is one way to do that.

The new plant-forward menu is available now on selected long-haul flights departing from Hong Kong until June 2024.

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