ANA, low-carbohydrate and low-salt in-flight meal renewal chewed umami

All Nippon Airways (ANA / NH) announced on September 27 that it will renew four types of special in-flight meals such as low sugar, low fat, and low calories on October 1. We incorporated the knowledge of French chef Hideki Takayama and experts.

ANA’s low-sugar, low-fat, low-calorie in-flight Introducing meals (left) and low-salt in-flight meals (from right) Chef Takayama and cabin crew=September 27, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

ANA has 24 types of “special in-flight meals (special meals)” for people with dietary restrictions, children, and religious meals, including low sugar (DBML), low fat (LFML), and low calorie (LCML). )), Low-salt (LSML) meals have been prepared separately so far, but with this renewal, they have been reorganized into two types: a common menu that supports low-sugar, low-fat, and low-calorie meals, and a low-salt menu. .. Both of the new menus are collaboration menus with Chef Takayama of Landis Taipei Paris 1930 de Hideki Takayama. Supervised. This is the first time ANA has introduced a collaboration menu with a famous restaurant for special in-flight meals.

Chef Takayama said, “I don’t use salt or oil, but I try to chew it to give it a delicious taste, and I’m also conscious of the color.” I mentioned the points that I was particular about. ANAC chef Makoto Shimizu said, “There is a rule that many menus must be cooked at 75 degrees for at least 1 minute for in-flight meals.” It is said that it was arranged for food.

ANA’s low sugar Guest room crew introducing quality, low-fat, low-calorie in-flight meals=September 27, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

Guest room crew introducing ANA’s low-salt in-flight meals=September 27, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

Low-sugar, low-fat, low-calorie common menu is “Chicken papul and mushroom puree” “Salad of Aya vegetables and Kinua” and “Roasted chicken with honey vinegar and onion confie miscellaneous grains” were the main items on the low-salt menu. Also, as a dessert, black tea jelly is added in common.

This menu is common to all classes from first class to economy. Tableware and provision methods will be based on each class. The conventional menu was reviewed every three months, but it will be changed to a one-year cycle to reduce the loss of ingredients that occurs during the switching period. According to ANA, 7% of people in front of Corona ordered special meals, and 5.3% last year.

The development period is about one year, which is the same as a regular in-flight meal. Tomohiko Mano, General Manager of ANA Product Planning Department, said, “Until now, business trip demand was the main focus, but in the future, we have reviewed in-flight meals so that a wide range of customers such as the elderly and women can choose.” He said that he wants not only people with dietary restrictions but also people who are careful about their health to use special in-flight meals.

In addition, ANAC has expanded its Halal-certified kitchen to enhance in-flight meals for Muslims. In the past, some of the halal-friendly menus were outsourced, but now they can be cooked in-house. The menu for Islam and Hinduism was renewed in June, offering curry that is popular with Muslims.

ANA’s special in-flight meals are served on all international flights departing from Japan. Reservations must be made on the ANA website or by phone at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.

ANA’s low sugar content on business-class tableware・ Low-fat, low-calorie in-flight meal=September 27, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

Serve on business class tableware ANA’s low-salt in-flight meal=September 27, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

ANA ANA Catering Service Chef Shimizu, who introduces Halal in-flight meals=September 27, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

ANA’s low-sugar, low-fat, low-calorie and low-salt in-flight meals announced by Chef Takayama (center left) and ANA’s chef Shimizu (same right), etc.=September 27, 2009 Japan PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

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Japan Association for Diabetes

ANA, “Deco-ben” in-flight meal for children by mail order (July 18, 2009)

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