SWISS offers unsold food.
On Wednesday September 15 Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) announced the launch of a new program to offer guests unsold food items at reduced prices on departure from Geneva. The airline seeks to reduce the level of fresh quality unsold food which is currently being discarded after their flights.
The trial was launched in August and is available on the last flights on departure from Geneva through September.
SWISS’s Head of Western Switzerland, Romain Vetter, said:
«We hope to significantly reduce unused food on board our aircrafts by introducing this service. Thinking about sustainability in all our products, services and processes is part of our SWISS DNA. The first results from these trials have been promising. The new approach has been well received by our passengers on the flights concerned».
The new offer from SWISS consists of offering any fresh unsold products on certain services at the end of the flight. The new service has been launched in partnership with ‘Good to Go’, the world’s largest app platform for connecting companies with users to reduce food waste.