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JetBlue Partners With Momofuku Milk Bar to Bring Iconic Snacks to Premium Flyers

JetBlue Partners With Momofuku Milk Bar to Bring Iconic Snacks to Premium Flyers

The airline’s premium travel offering also includes a menu curated by Saxon + Parole and coffee by Brooklyn Roasting Company

JetBlue says it plans to expand Mint services to 13 cities by 2018.

JetBlue is taking Christina Tosi’s Milk Bar treats to great heights with its recent deal to bring the iconic New York City-based bakery on board its flights. Through the partnership, the airline’s Mint customers will have the opportunity to snack on treats en route to their next travel destination.

Starting April, Mint flyers will receive a pre-arrival Milk Bar cookie in a custom gift box, and red-eye flights will be stocked with HardBody green juice from the bakery’s healthy products line, LIFE, according to the press release.

“My secret travel trick when traveling to our Milk Bar stores and kitchens in NYC, DC, Las Vegas, and beyond is to sneak a Milk Bar cookie on board to help me power through the flight,” Tosi said in a statement. “Whether it’s one of our signature Milk Bar cookies, Hard Body cold-pressed juice, or everything bagel round after a red-eye, Milk Bar has you covered — on the ground or all the way up at 30,000 feet!”

JetBlue says that this partnership adds to its efforts to “keep food offerings fresh” through collaborations with professionals in the culinary industry.

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25 July 2019 | “The paper coffee cup has long been a timestamp of the morning, a symbol of a certain kind of harried success.” This ‘sign of the times’ quote by food and dining platform Eater gives a good indication of our ‘to go’ lifestyle, but also how our perception of status is constantly changing.

As the vast majority of these disposable cups can’t be recycled, due to their polyethylene lining, coffee stores and F&B outlets have started to encourage customers to bring their own cup instead. What started as a niche behaviour by consumers who are looking for ways to consume more ‘guilt-free’, the bring-your-own-cup (BYOC) movement rapidly caught on in Anglo-Saxon countries like the US, UK, Australia, and New Zealand.

And as the ‘war on waste’ is becoming mainstream, chains such as Starbucks, Costa Coffee, Pret a Manger, and McDonalds now also offer a discount to customers who bring their own cup. Read full article »


INFLIGHT CATERING


Images by @all_things_H20 and Flight Report

25 July 2019 | “The paper coffee cup has long been a timestamp of the morning, a symbol of a certain kind of harried success.” This ‘sign of the times’ quote by food and dining platform Eater gives a good indication of our ‘to go’ lifestyle, but also how our perception of status is constantly changing.

As the vast majority of these disposable cups can’t be recycled, due to their polyethylene lining, coffee stores and F&B outlets have started to encourage customers to bring their own cup instead. What started as a niche behaviour by consumers who are looking for ways to consume more ‘guilt-free’, the bring-your-own-cup (BYOC) movement rapidly caught on in Anglo-Saxon countries like the US, UK, Australia, and New Zealand.

And as the ‘war on waste’ is becoming mainstream, chains such as Starbucks, Costa Coffee, Pret a Manger, and McDonalds now also offer a discount to customers who bring their own cup. Read full article »


INFLIGHT CATERING


Images by @all_things_H20 and Flight Report

25 July 2019 | “The paper coffee cup has long been a timestamp of the morning, a symbol of a certain kind of harried success.” This ‘sign of the times’ quote by food and dining platform Eater gives a good indication of our ‘to go’ lifestyle, but also how our perception of status is constantly changing.

As the vast majority of these disposable cups can’t be recycled, due to their polyethylene lining, coffee stores and F&B outlets have started to encourage customers to bring their own cup instead. What started as a niche behaviour by consumers who are looking for ways to consume more ‘guilt-free’, the bring-your-own-cup (BYOC) movement rapidly caught on in Anglo-Saxon countries like the US, UK, Australia, and New Zealand.

And as the ‘war on waste’ is becoming mainstream, chains such as Starbucks, Costa Coffee, Pret a Manger, and McDonalds now also offer a discount to customers who bring their own cup. Read full article »


INFLIGHT CATERING


Images by @all_things_H20 and Flight Report

25 July 2019 | “The paper coffee cup has long been a timestamp of the morning, a symbol of a certain kind of harried success.” This ‘sign of the times’ quote by food and dining platform Eater gives a good indication of our ‘to go’ lifestyle, but also how our perception of status is constantly changing.

As the vast majority of these disposable cups can’t be recycled, due to their polyethylene lining, coffee stores and F&B outlets have started to encourage customers to bring their own cup instead. What started as a niche behaviour by consumers who are looking for ways to consume more ‘guilt-free’, the bring-your-own-cup (BYOC) movement rapidly caught on in Anglo-Saxon countries like the US, UK, Australia, and New Zealand.

And as the ‘war on waste’ is becoming mainstream, chains such as Starbucks, Costa Coffee, Pret a Manger, and McDonalds now also offer a discount to customers who bring their own cup. Read full article »


INFLIGHT CATERING


Images by @all_things_H20 and Flight Report

25 July 2019 | “The paper coffee cup has long been a timestamp of the morning, a symbol of a certain kind of harried success.” This ‘sign of the times’ quote by food and dining platform Eater gives a good indication of our ‘to go’ lifestyle, but also how our perception of status is constantly changing.

As the vast majority of these disposable cups can’t be recycled, due to their polyethylene lining, coffee stores and F&B outlets have started to encourage customers to bring their own cup instead. What started as a niche behaviour by consumers who are looking for ways to consume more ‘guilt-free’, the bring-your-own-cup (BYOC) movement rapidly caught on in Anglo-Saxon countries like the US, UK, Australia, and New Zealand.

And as the ‘war on waste’ is becoming mainstream, chains such as Starbucks, Costa Coffee, Pret a Manger, and McDonalds now also offer a discount to customers who bring their own cup. Read full article »


INFLIGHT CATERING


Images by @all_things_H20 and Flight Report

25 July 2019 | “The paper coffee cup has long been a timestamp of the morning, a symbol of a certain kind of harried success.” This ‘sign of the times’ quote by food and dining platform Eater gives a good indication of our ‘to go’ lifestyle, but also how our perception of status is constantly changing.

As the vast majority of these disposable cups can’t be recycled, due to their polyethylene lining, coffee stores and F&B outlets have started to encourage customers to bring their own cup instead. What started as a niche behaviour by consumers who are looking for ways to consume more ‘guilt-free’, the bring-your-own-cup (BYOC) movement rapidly caught on in Anglo-Saxon countries like the US, UK, Australia, and New Zealand.

And as the ‘war on waste’ is becoming mainstream, chains such as Starbucks, Costa Coffee, Pret a Manger, and McDonalds now also offer a discount to customers who bring their own cup. Read full article »


INFLIGHT CATERING


Images by @all_things_H20 and Flight Report

25 July 2019 | “The paper coffee cup has long been a timestamp of the morning, a symbol of a certain kind of harried success.” This ‘sign of the times’ quote by food and dining platform Eater gives a good indication of our ‘to go’ lifestyle, but also how our perception of status is constantly changing.

As the vast majority of these disposable cups can’t be recycled, due to their polyethylene lining, coffee stores and F&B outlets have started to encourage customers to bring their own cup instead. What started as a niche behaviour by consumers who are looking for ways to consume more ‘guilt-free’, the bring-your-own-cup (BYOC) movement rapidly caught on in Anglo-Saxon countries like the US, UK, Australia, and New Zealand.

And as the ‘war on waste’ is becoming mainstream, chains such as Starbucks, Costa Coffee, Pret a Manger, and McDonalds now also offer a discount to customers who bring their own cup. Read full article »


INFLIGHT CATERING


Images by @all_things_H20 and Flight Report

25 July 2019 | “The paper coffee cup has long been a timestamp of the morning, a symbol of a certain kind of harried success.” This ‘sign of the times’ quote by food and dining platform Eater gives a good indication of our ‘to go’ lifestyle, but also how our perception of status is constantly changing.

As the vast majority of these disposable cups can’t be recycled, due to their polyethylene lining, coffee stores and F&B outlets have started to encourage customers to bring their own cup instead. What started as a niche behaviour by consumers who are looking for ways to consume more ‘guilt-free’, the bring-your-own-cup (BYOC) movement rapidly caught on in Anglo-Saxon countries like the US, UK, Australia, and New Zealand.

And as the ‘war on waste’ is becoming mainstream, chains such as Starbucks, Costa Coffee, Pret a Manger, and McDonalds now also offer a discount to customers who bring their own cup. Read full article »


INFLIGHT CATERING


Images by @all_things_H20 and Flight Report

25 July 2019 | “The paper coffee cup has long been a timestamp of the morning, a symbol of a certain kind of harried success.” This ‘sign of the times’ quote by food and dining platform Eater gives a good indication of our ‘to go’ lifestyle, but also how our perception of status is constantly changing.

As the vast majority of these disposable cups can’t be recycled, due to their polyethylene lining, coffee stores and F&B outlets have started to encourage customers to bring their own cup instead. What started as a niche behaviour by consumers who are looking for ways to consume more ‘guilt-free’, the bring-your-own-cup (BYOC) movement rapidly caught on in Anglo-Saxon countries like the US, UK, Australia, and New Zealand.

And as the ‘war on waste’ is becoming mainstream, chains such as Starbucks, Costa Coffee, Pret a Manger, and McDonalds now also offer a discount to customers who bring their own cup. Read full article »


INFLIGHT CATERING


Images by @all_things_H20 and Flight Report

25 July 2019 | “The paper coffee cup has long been a timestamp of the morning, a symbol of a certain kind of harried success.” This ‘sign of the times’ quote by food and dining platform Eater gives a good indication of our ‘to go’ lifestyle, but also how our perception of status is constantly changing.

As the vast majority of these disposable cups can’t be recycled, due to their polyethylene lining, coffee stores and F&B outlets have started to encourage customers to bring their own cup instead. What started as a niche behaviour by consumers who are looking for ways to consume more ‘guilt-free’, the bring-your-own-cup (BYOC) movement rapidly caught on in Anglo-Saxon countries like the US, UK, Australia, and New Zealand.

And as the ‘war on waste’ is becoming mainstream, chains such as Starbucks, Costa Coffee, Pret a Manger, and McDonalds now also offer a discount to customers who bring their own cup. Read full article »


INFLIGHT CATERING


Images by @all_things_H20 and Flight Report

25 July 2019 | “The paper coffee cup has long been a timestamp of the morning, a symbol of a certain kind of harried success.” This ‘sign of the times’ quote by food and dining platform Eater gives a good indication of our ‘to go’ lifestyle, but also how our perception of status is constantly changing.

As the vast majority of these disposable cups can’t be recycled, due to their polyethylene lining, coffee stores and F&B outlets have started to encourage customers to bring their own cup instead. What started as a niche behaviour by consumers who are looking for ways to consume more ‘guilt-free’, the bring-your-own-cup (BYOC) movement rapidly caught on in Anglo-Saxon countries like the US, UK, Australia, and New Zealand.

And as the ‘war on waste’ is becoming mainstream, chains such as Starbucks, Costa Coffee, Pret a Manger, and McDonalds now also offer a discount to customers who bring their own cup. Read full article »


INFLIGHT CATERING


Images by @all_things_H20 and Flight Report

25 July 2019 | “The paper coffee cup has long been a timestamp of the morning, a symbol of a certain kind of harried success.” This ‘sign of the times’ quote by food and dining platform Eater gives a good indication of our ‘to go’ lifestyle, but also how our perception of status is constantly changing.

As the vast majority of these disposable cups can’t be recycled, due to their polyethylene lining, coffee stores and F&B outlets have started to encourage customers to bring their own cup instead. What started as a niche behaviour by consumers who are looking for ways to consume more ‘guilt-free’, the bring-your-own-cup (BYOC) movement rapidly caught on in Anglo-Saxon countries like the US, UK, Australia, and New Zealand.

And as the ‘war on waste’ is becoming mainstream, chains such as Starbucks, Costa Coffee, Pret a Manger, and McDonalds now also offer a discount to customers who bring their own cup. Read full article »


INFLIGHT CATERING


Images by @all_things_H20 and Flight Report

25 July 2019 | “The paper coffee cup has long been a timestamp of the morning, a symbol of a certain kind of harried success.” This ‘sign of the times’ quote by food and dining platform Eater gives a good indication of our ‘to go’ lifestyle, but also how our perception of status is constantly changing.

As the vast majority of these disposable cups can’t be recycled, due to their polyethylene lining, coffee stores and F&B outlets have started to encourage customers to bring their own cup instead. What started as a niche behaviour by consumers who are looking for ways to consume more ‘guilt-free’, the bring-your-own-cup (BYOC) movement rapidly caught on in Anglo-Saxon countries like the US, UK, Australia, and New Zealand.

And as the ‘war on waste’ is becoming mainstream, chains such as Starbucks, Costa Coffee, Pret a Manger, and McDonalds now also offer a discount to customers who bring their own cup. Read full article »


INFLIGHT CATERING


Images by @all_things_H20 and Flight Report

25 July 2019 | “The paper coffee cup has long been a timestamp of the morning, a symbol of a certain kind of harried success.” This ‘sign of the times’ quote by food and dining platform Eater gives a good indication of our ‘to go’ lifestyle, but also how our perception of status is constantly changing.

As the vast majority of these disposable cups can’t be recycled, due to their polyethylene lining, coffee stores and F&B outlets have started to encourage customers to bring their own cup instead. What started as a niche behaviour by consumers who are looking for ways to consume more ‘guilt-free’, the bring-your-own-cup (BYOC) movement rapidly caught on in Anglo-Saxon countries like the US, UK, Australia, and New Zealand.

And as the ‘war on waste’ is becoming mainstream, chains such as Starbucks, Costa Coffee, Pret a Manger, and McDonalds now also offer a discount to customers who bring their own cup. Read full article »


INFLIGHT CATERING


Images by @all_things_H20 and Flight Report

25 July 2019 | “The paper coffee cup has long been a timestamp of the morning, a symbol of a certain kind of harried success.” This ‘sign of the times’ quote by food and dining platform Eater gives a good indication of our ‘to go’ lifestyle, but also how our perception of status is constantly changing.

As the vast majority of these disposable cups can’t be recycled, due to their polyethylene lining, coffee stores and F&B outlets have started to encourage customers to bring their own cup instead. What started as a niche behaviour by consumers who are looking for ways to consume more ‘guilt-free’, the bring-your-own-cup (BYOC) movement rapidly caught on in Anglo-Saxon countries like the US, UK, Australia, and New Zealand.

And as the ‘war on waste’ is becoming mainstream, chains such as Starbucks, Costa Coffee, Pret a Manger, and McDonalds now also offer a discount to customers who bring their own cup. Read full article »


INFLIGHT CATERING


Images by @all_things_H20 and Flight Report

25 July 2019 | “The paper coffee cup has long been a timestamp of the morning, a symbol of a certain kind of harried success.” This ‘sign of the times’ quote by food and dining platform Eater gives a good indication of our ‘to go’ lifestyle, but also how our perception of status is constantly changing.

As the vast majority of these disposable cups can’t be recycled, due to their polyethylene lining, coffee stores and F&B outlets have started to encourage customers to bring their own cup instead. What started as a niche behaviour by consumers who are looking for ways to consume more ‘guilt-free’, the bring-your-own-cup (BYOC) movement rapidly caught on in Anglo-Saxon countries like the US, UK, Australia, and New Zealand.

And as the ‘war on waste’ is becoming mainstream, chains such as Starbucks, Costa Coffee, Pret a Manger, and McDonalds now also offer a discount to customers who bring their own cup. Read full article »


INFLIGHT CATERING


Images by @all_things_H20 and Flight Report

25 July 2019 | “The paper coffee cup has long been a timestamp of the morning, a symbol of a certain kind of harried success.” This ‘sign of the times’ quote by food and dining platform Eater gives a good indication of our ‘to go’ lifestyle, but also how our perception of status is constantly changing.

As the vast majority of these disposable cups can’t be recycled, due to their polyethylene lining, coffee stores and F&B outlets have started to encourage customers to bring their own cup instead. What started as a niche behaviour by consumers who are looking for ways to consume more ‘guilt-free’, the bring-your-own-cup (BYOC) movement rapidly caught on in Anglo-Saxon countries like the US, UK, Australia, and New Zealand.

And as the ‘war on waste’ is becoming mainstream, chains such as Starbucks, Costa Coffee, Pret a Manger, and McDonalds now also offer a discount to customers who bring their own cup. Read full article »


INFLIGHT CATERING


Images by @all_things_H20 and Flight Report

25 July 2019 | “The paper coffee cup has long been a timestamp of the morning, a symbol of a certain kind of harried success.” This ‘sign of the times’ quote by food and dining platform Eater gives a good indication of our ‘to go’ lifestyle, but also how our perception of status is constantly changing.

As the vast majority of these disposable cups can’t be recycled, due to their polyethylene lining, coffee stores and F&B outlets have started to encourage customers to bring their own cup instead. What started as a niche behaviour by consumers who are looking for ways to consume more ‘guilt-free’, the bring-your-own-cup (BYOC) movement rapidly caught on in Anglo-Saxon countries like the US, UK, Australia, and New Zealand.

And as the ‘war on waste’ is becoming mainstream, chains such as Starbucks, Costa Coffee, Pret a Manger, and McDonalds now also offer a discount to customers who bring their own cup. Read full article »


INFLIGHT CATERING


Images by @all_things_H20 and Flight Report

25 July 2019 | “The paper coffee cup has long been a timestamp of the morning, a symbol of a certain kind of harried success.” This ‘sign of the times’ quote by food and dining platform Eater gives a good indication of our ‘to go’ lifestyle, but also how our perception of status is constantly changing.

As the vast majority of these disposable cups can’t be recycled, due to their polyethylene lining, coffee stores and F&B outlets have started to encourage customers to bring their own cup instead. What started as a niche behaviour by consumers who are looking for ways to consume more ‘guilt-free’, the bring-your-own-cup (BYOC) movement rapidly caught on in Anglo-Saxon countries like the US, UK, Australia, and New Zealand.

And as the ‘war on waste’ is becoming mainstream, chains such as Starbucks, Costa Coffee, Pret a Manger, and McDonalds now also offer a discount to customers who bring their own cup. Read full article »


INFLIGHT CATERING


Images by @all_things_H20 and Flight Report

25 July 2019 | “The paper coffee cup has long been a timestamp of the morning, a symbol of a certain kind of harried success.” This ‘sign of the times’ quote by food and dining platform Eater gives a good indication of our ‘to go’ lifestyle, but also how our perception of status is constantly changing.

As the vast majority of these disposable cups can’t be recycled, due to their polyethylene lining, coffee stores and F&B outlets have started to encourage customers to bring their own cup instead. What started as a niche behaviour by consumers who are looking for ways to consume more ‘guilt-free’, the bring-your-own-cup (BYOC) movement rapidly caught on in Anglo-Saxon countries like the US, UK, Australia, and New Zealand.

And as the ‘war on waste’ is becoming mainstream, chains such as Starbucks, Costa Coffee, Pret a Manger, and McDonalds now also offer a discount to customers who bring their own cup. Read full article »


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