Business Class: Lufthansa relies on German cuisine

Airbus A321 (Photo: Jan Gruber).
Airbus A321 (Photo: Jan Gruber).

Business Class: Lufthansa relies on German cuisine

Airbus A321 (Photo: Jan Gruber).
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From September 1, 2021, Lufthansa will be serving mainly German cuisine in Business Class on short and medium-haul flights. The aim is to serve highlights from Germany under the motto “Tasting Heimat”.

Lufthansa explains that traditional German cuisine would meet modern culinary influences from all over the world. Inspired by the cities of Munich, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Berlin, Düsseldorf and Leipzig, the menus change not only weekly, but also on the outward and return flights. Production is still carried out by the Gate Group, which some time ago took over LSG's European business.

The ingredients of the menus come mainly from the regions around Frankfurt and Munich. Harvested in German fields and processed by local producers, they are freshly prepared every day and served on board. Passengers can also enjoy the internationally renowned German bread culture with the menus. You can choose from a wide range of traditional and freshly baked breads and rolls. The concept no longer provides for single-use plastic.

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