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Singapore Airlines' Latest Inflight Meals Are Farm-to-Tray Table

Airplane food has been a punchline for decades, because most meals are combinations of all-around awfulness. Singapore Airlines just started serving a meal that is harvested just hours before departure. Singapore Airlines introduced its'farm-to-plane' meal service on its New Jersey to Singapore route. Thanks to AeroFarms, it can now serve salad with greens harvested right before the flight. AeroFarms' indoor farm has a vertical stacking method to grow 390 acres' worth of produce in a single acre. Antony McNeil, Director of Food and Beverage One dish includes: select greens, avocado, smoked salmon, and a mixed salad with a lemon vinaigrette. AeroFarms sells its produce to restaurants and retailers under the Dream Greens name.

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