While some people like to pack food for the plane, especially if it’s going to be a long ride, others get excited over the chance to indulge themselves in provided meals known as ”airplane food”. For the latter, today might be the happiest day of your life. A German based online grocer, www.allyouneed.com has launched a new food program cleverly named “Air Food One.” For customers who enroll in the program, every week they will be sent either a classic or vegetarian meal created by LSG sky chefs, the food purveyor for Lufthansa Airlines. The frozen meal will be exactly what is being served 35,000 feet above that week For those who ask what the difference is between microwavable frozen airplane food and frozen supermarket food, the difference is in the ingredients. Food that is meant for on air is typically seasoned more heavily than regular food due to the impact of altitude. People tend to get dehydrated on flights and lose their sense of smell so the food is prepared to overcome that, providing the passenger with a unique on air dining experience. The service is currently available only in Germany and costs $12.90 per meal.
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