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Finnair Is Selling Business Class Meals at a Grocery Store in Finland

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you probably aren't flying as much as you used to.But for business class flyers on Finnair, they can still enjoy the same great food.The European airline—known for teaming up with Michelin-starred chefs—is looking to sell its meals in Finnish grocery stores.The menu is described as contemporary Nordic offerings with a touch of Japanese flair.The offerings will change every two weeks, featuring two main course options and, on the weekends, an appetizer.Finnair Kitchen Vice President Marika Nieminen has emphasized the new program's importance to their staff.This project has been especially great, as so many of Kitchen's employees are temporarily laid off and we can now create new work and employment for our people, Marika Nieminen,Finnair Kitchen Vice President

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