Dubai-based Emirates airlines has taken down ‘Hindu Meal’ off the menu, in a statement on Wednesday the airline company said that their decision of removing the ‘Hindu Meal’ because they wanted feedbacks from their customers for the onboard products and services.
“As part of our continuous review of the products and services available to customers, Emirates can confirm that it will discontinue the Hindu meal option. We constantly review our offering, taking into consideration customer uptake and feedback. This helps us improve service efficiencies,” the statement read.
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Hindu passengers can choose from a variety of dishes of vegetarian and non-vegetarian that is regionally-based.
“Food and drink form an integral part of any Emirates flight experience and our menus are created by leading chefs to reflect the culture and preferences of Emirates’ diverse customer base. Emirates will continue to provide meal options catering to a number of health and dietary requirements,” said the statement.
Vegetarian travellers on Emirates flights can choose from Vegetarian Jain Meal, Indian Vegetarian Meal, Kosher meal and Non-Beef non-vegetarian options. Many airlines offer the option of booking a Hindu meal if non-vegetarian passengers do not eat beef or pork.
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Meanwhile, just for some information, the number of flights to India is already the highest for Emirates in any market and India is the largest country in Emirates network