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TASTE THE FUTURE: Air New Zealand serves up the impossible https://t.co/3yffvEKWlx @FlyAirNZ @ImpossibleFoods… https://t.co/4nugHdETJC
Air New Zealand serves up the impossible - Travel News | eTurboNews
Air New Zealand is giving customers a taste of the future with a new inflight collaboration with Silicon Valley food tech start-up. The airline is the first in the world to serve the award-winning, plant-based Impossible Burger which is now available ...
Twitter: From user 'SYALIMA'
Air New Zealand serves Impossible Burger with no meat - New Zealand Herald https://t.co/f1M1GHChLU
Twitter: From user 'Farming Chap'
I suspect Air New Zealand are merely listening to the market. Challenge is for red meat sector to do the same.
'It was amazing' – Air New Zealand world's first airline to serve up the Impossible Burger on flights - TVNZ
The award-winning plant-based burger claims to cook, smell and taste like beef. Source: Air New Zealand. New Zealand. Milestone reached in Christchurch Cathedral rebuild as minister confirms joint venture - but still no definitive time frame. Thu, Jun 28.
Yaas Queen: Air NZ flight attendant's Drag Race tip off - New Zealand Herald
It's a little known fact that pilots can request sports scores from the ground when they're on a plane without WiFi or television – but sometimes, flight attendants get a tip off that makes you go ";yaaass queen";. On a recent Air New Zealand flight, the ...
Twitter: From user 'AircrashBot'
I don't like this...(FE/Air new zealand flight 901) #Aircrash
Twitter: From user 'Talk of Travel'
(Air New Zealand Boeing 777-219(ER) arriving in Wellington - ZK OKA) Talk Of Travel https://t.co/trBdgtW9SI
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Watch: Air New Zealand world's first airline to serve up plant-based burger on flights - TVNZ
Watch: Air New Zealand world's first airline to serve up plant-based burger on flights. now. share. Source: 1 NEWS. Air New Zealand says they're giving business classs customers a taste of the future, by being the first airline in the world to serve ...