Cathay Pacific collaborates with VEDA by Ovolo to offer plant-based dishes

Cathay Pacific will be offering new plant-based dishes on board its flights.

The dishes have been developed in collaboration with Hong Kong-based plant-forward restaurant, VEDA by Ovolo, and Cathay says the partnership enhances its wellness dining offering on board.

Available in in Premium Economy and Economy class on selected long-haul flights departing from Hong Kong, the thoughtfully crafted plant-forward options focus on nutrition and flavour while celebrating international culinary influences.

Cathay Pacific General Manager Customer Experience and Design Vivian Lo said: “It gives us great pleasure to announce this new partnership with VEDA, a Hong Kong restaurant that shares our commitment to providing fantastic cuisine while also being more sustainable.

“For Cathay, the difference is in the detail. We know inflight dining is something that is extremely important to our customers, and we carefully work with partners to bring them memorable experiences by sourcing ingredients, designing menus and preparing dishes with great attention to detail.

“Drawing inspiration from the breadth and variety of VEDA’s dishes, we have collaborated with VEDA and Ovolo Hotels Executive Chef Raul Tronco to develop a reimagined selection of plant-forward creations that reflect our brand values of thoughtful and progressive, and go beyond the norms of airline vegetarian meals.”

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