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Commodities Update – Gold Oscillates Near 1-Month High; Corn down, wheat up; London Base Metals Soften N

RIYADH: Gold prices hovered near their highest level in more than a month on Wednesday, supported by a weaker dollar as investors awaited US inflation data, which should influence the pace of the increases Federal Reserve rate.

Spot gold held at $1,793.39 an ounce as of 0318 GMT after hitting its highest level since July 5 at $1,800.29 on Tuesday. US gold futures fell 0.1% to $1,810.

Money relieves

Spot silver fell 0.2% to $20.47 an ounce, while platinum fell 0.4% to $930.14.

Palladium edged up 0.1% to $2,217.40.

Corn at ease, wheat in place

Chicago corn futures eased on Wednesday as the market took a breather after hitting a week-long high in the previous session due to concerns over hot, dry weather in parts of the world. American Midwest.

Wheat rose for a third consecutive session, although hopes of higher grain exports from Ukraine limited the gains.

The most active corn contract on the Chicago Board of Trade was up a quarter of a cent at $6.14-1/4 a bushel, at 0028 GMT, and soybeans slid 0.1% to 14, $27-1/2 a bushel.

Wheat added 0.5% to $7.85-3/4 a bushel.

London Base Metals Soften

Prices for most base metals in London fell on Wednesday after Chinese inflation in July hit a two-year high, as investors braced for continued hawkish Federal Reserve policy ahead of highly anticipated data on US inflation.

Three-month copper on the London Metal Exchange fell 0.8% to $7,920.50 a tonne at 0309 GMT.

September’s top-traded copper contract on the Shanghai Futures Exchange fell 0.3% to $9,026.33 a tonne.

LME zinc fell 1.1% to $3,499 a ton, lead lost 0.8% to $2,149 a ton, tin fell 0.8% to $24,235 a ton.

(Contributed by Reuters)

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Qatar Aviation Services joins the IATA Environmental Management System https://bonappetitonline.com/qatar-aviation-services-joins-the-iata-environmental-management-system/ Mon, 08 Aug 2022 17:28:06 +0000 https://bonappetitonline.com/qatar-aviation-services-joins-the-iata-environmental-management-system/

Qatar Aviation Services (QAS), the subsidiary of Qatar Airways Group, has announced its partnership with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to become the first ground operator in the world to join the new extension of the environmental assessment program of IATA (IEnvA) for ground service providers .

The IEnvA Ground Service Program provides a framework for achieving environmental sustainability in all ground operations.

Leveraging the knowledge and experience gained through the airline’s program, ground handlers can count on its definitive advice to reduce their impact on the environment and improve the health and safety of employees and the workforce. community, while maintaining operational efficiency.

Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker, said: “I am proud to lead the effort to create a sustainable aviation industry. Raising awareness of environmental sustainability throughout the organization is essential to the success of the Qatar Airways Group.

“Through IEnvA, Qatar Aviation Services will be able to demonstrate the value of environmental compliance and ensure the sustainability of its operations.”

IATA Director General, Mr. Willie Walsh, said, “We are delighted to have Qatar Aviation Services as the first ground service provider to join IATA’s recently expanded IEnvA program. Sustainability is a crucial challenge for our industry.

“By taking proactive steps to measure their impacts and address them throughout their operations with IEnvA, QAS and Qatar Airways Group will support their sustainability achievements with the most comprehensive global standard environmental certification available in the industry. “

Qatar Aviation Services, managed by Senior Vice President, Mr. Mehmet Murat Nursel, is committed to minimizing the environmental impact of its operations, playing an instrumental role in helping Hamad International Airport achieve its world-class position as an environmental leader among the world’s airports.

Through its participation, it aims to meet and exceed the highest environmental standards while preparing for future expansion strategies.

The IEnvA program is an environmental management system initially offered to airlines, which demonstrates equivalence to the ISO 14001: 2015 standard relating to environmental management systems.

It provides a structured approach to environmental management, as well as reporting and mitigating environmental impacts. As a result, organizations are able to more formally integrate sustainability and environmental compliance strategies into their operations.

Qatar Airways, under the Qatar Airways Group, achieved the highest level of IEnvA accreditation for the first time in 2017, becoming the first airline in the Middle East to do so.

The airline has since played a key role in contributing to the successful development of the IEnvA program. The program covers all aspects of Qatar Airways’ global operations, including air and ground operations and corporate activities.

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Air Serbia seeks to standardize its fleet products https://bonappetitonline.com/air-serbia-seeks-to-standardize-its-fleet-products/ Fri, 05 Aug 2022 09:00:00 +0000 https://bonappetitonline.com/air-serbia-seeks-to-standardize-its-fleet-products/

Air Serbia plans to offer passengers the same product on its two Airbus A330-200 widebody aircraft and is in talks on a cabin reconfiguration of its short-haul Airbus fleet. According to the “TangoSix” portal, Air Serbia CEO Jiri Marek attended the recent Farnborough Airshow where he held talks with Airbus and ATR on the reconfiguration of the carrier’s passenger cabins, as well as the commonality of cabins for the airline’s second A330-200. . The company recently signed an agreement with AJW Technique Interiors to replace the seat coverings of its fleet of narrow-body Airbuses with its durable synthetic material offering “significant weight savings” compared to natural leather. The covers will be produced in Serbia. “This innovative product will bring significant fuel savings and also contribute to Air Serbia’s commitment to introduce sustainable products throughout the organization,” Mr. Marek said.

Air Serbia A330 business class seat

Air Serbia will soon take delivery of its second A330-200. The jet previously operated for South African Airways which has 222 seats, including 36 in business class and the remaining 186 seats in economy class. On the other hand, Air Serbia’s A330 is equipped with 257 seats, including 21 in business class and 236 in economy class. Unlike its South African counterpart, Air Serbia’s business class cabin offers a more generous configuration of mainly 1-2-1 seats, compared to the classic 2-2-2 configuration. Air Serbia inherited the cabin of its jumbo jet from Aeroflot, which was the jet’s former operator, replacing only the seat coverings.

Air Serbia’s new ATR72-600 seats

Air Serbia has chosen to install the slim leather seats in Privilege Class on its incoming ATR72-600 fleet, which offer basic features such as recline, a high literature pocket and eighteen inches in width. In 2017, the airline installed Recaro seats in its fleet of narrow-body Airbuses and removed its dedicated business class cabin, opting instead for eurobusiness class. Recaro BL3520 seats have increased capacity on A319 aircraft from 128 to 144 seats and on A320 aircraft from 155 to 174 seats, increasing over 12% overall across the narrowbody fleet. Despite the increase in capacity, the seats offer more space to passengers by having a thinner backrest and a higher literature pocket. Recaro has since rolled out new seats that are even slimmer and weigh less.

Air Serbia Dedicated Short Duration Business Class on A320 Family Fleet, 2013 – 2017

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Bad luck or negligence? Airline Damages Passenger’s Wheelchair…Twice! https://bonappetitonline.com/bad-luck-or-negligence-airline-damages-passengers-wheelchair-twice/ Wed, 03 Aug 2022 09:27:00 +0000 https://bonappetitonline.com/bad-luck-or-negligence-airline-damages-passengers-wheelchair-twice/

Do airline staff handle baggage with care or carelessness?

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When planning a trip, it is always advisable to inquire about the particular circumstances.

So for John Morris, a passenger traveling with American Airlines, it was disappointing to see the staff manhandling his electric wheelchair. The wheelchair costs around $75,000, or about R1.2 million.

And if we open the subject, we assume that many people would share their experiences with damaged luggage after a trip or two.

Read more: Revolve around! Luggage left on the track, but will this worker recover it?

According to Morris, the electric wheelchair was abandoned by an American Airlines staff member. But there’s a huge difference between damaging a piece of luggage and damaging an expensive wheelchair.

All this after the wheelchair was damaged during a flight with the same airline.

“Its frame, which had already suffered damage on a previous US flight, was bent, the wheel was broken and it no longer turned. Morris, an accessible travel consultant and founder of the travel blog WheelchairTravel.org, admitted that the damage to his $40,000 wheelchair (approximately R658,000) was accidental and he was forced to delay his trip while he found a replacement chair (Business Insider)

Read more: WATCH: Darren Thomas, the wheelchair hero who saved his Rottweiler from drowning

The airline actually provided Morris with two loaner chairs, but both were not enough for his needs.

This forced Morris to buy another wheelchair, which cost him $35,000 (about R576,000). The only thing is he had to fly to South Florida to buy the chair.

And sad to say but the drama continued. On her flight home, the airline again damaged her chair.

It is not, however, plain and simple, and perhaps the American Airlines team is unaware of the inconvenience it has caused Mr. Morris.

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“Morris said it was ‘heartbreaking’ when a wheelchair was damaged. “I understood immediately what the next few months were going to be like, that I was not going to have the device that gives me mobility and opportunity to participate in society and do everything I do in life,” he said. (Business Insider)

Unfortunately, a simple apology is not enough in this case. It literally affected his entire lifestyle. Morris also said he travels frequently with the airline and that a more sustainable solution needs to be adopted when it comes to catering for people with disabilities.

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Airbus A330 Doha to Colombo https://bonappetitonline.com/airbus-a330-doha-to-colombo/ Mon, 01 Aug 2022 12:46:00 +0000 https://bonappetitonline.com/airbus-a330-doha-to-colombo/

While technically it was a Qatar flight (with a Qatar flight number), everything but the catering menu was Oman Air (i.e. it was a “ lease with crew”). For reasons beyond my knowledge, the Doha-Colombo service is the “test track” for Qatar Airways. I have flown this route many times but always have a different plane and setup. I’ve seen the 777 with and without QSuites, two different A330 configurations, the A350s leased from LATAM, and now Oman Air!

Oman Air Business Class Review – Al Mourjan Business Lounge Experience

Qatar Airways Business Class Lounge (Al Mourjan) is still probably the best business class property in the world. It’s just done as you’d expect as a traveler – someone with real common sense planned and designed the operations of this traveler mecca.

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I took a nice shower, had brunch and had lunch later. Lunch options now offer cold starters, a hot buffet (the only place at Doha airport where masks are mandatory) and sushi. I liked the sushi the most – it is prepared right in front of you.

Oman Air Business Class Review – Boarding Experience

Boarding can be tricky at this huge airport. My gate was a bus gate right at the end of the CDE gates. Several massive flights boarded at the same time, which made the area quite hectic and unpleasant. Qatar Airways also has this particularity of having the last bus only available for business class passengers. They would like you to wait for this very late bus, which did not arrive until the scheduled departure time. It was frustrating.


The bus transfer also took a long time and we seemed to be taken to the last plane in line. With all that, I was the last person on board (rather reluctantly).

Oman Air Business Class Review – Seats and Sleeping Experience

Oman Air chose a business class seat that resembles other airlines such as Japan Airlines. It’s a long suite with minimal storage options. It’s about as wide as my shoulders, and I felt really cramped at first. You also sit right next to your seatmate with no real privacy (as long as the privacy wall is down).

I wasn’t a fan of the seat in the taxi/takeoff position – too many things were constantly moving.

However, once reclined to a reclining position, the seat became one of my favorite business class seats. There’s so much room to stretch out – I think even at 7ft you’d have no problem. Since there are no footrests, you also get full vertical space and it’s easy to turn into almost any position. While I didn’t expect to get much sleep, the massive amount of space made it easy, only waking me up a few times.

It was an almost full flight, so it was great to have the space and eventual privacy of business class.

Oman Air Business Class Review – Catering

I was not hungry but determined to see what Qatar or Oman would take care of this flight. There is “only” dinner service for this five-hour flight.

The appetizer and main course looked great, but I didn’t like the taste – maybe I was too spoiled by the awesome delicacies in the Qatar business class lounge a few hours ago?

Oman Air Business Class Review – The Staff

The staff seemed extremely friendly but a little distant. This is perhaps the desired customer experience for many Gulf countries. I take it any day on the “prison guards” or rude flight attendants I’ve encountered on some flights.

Oman Air Business Class Review – The Conclusion

Qatar makes this flight a real lottery – it’s always a surprise to see what awaits you when you board. It wasn’t a QSuites experience, but I really liked Oman Air business class on the A330 and found it EASIER to sleep as a slightly taller person than in the QSuites. I would be happy to fly with Oman Air again!


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]]> Why does tomato juice taste so much better on a plane? https://bonappetitonline.com/why-does-tomato-juice-taste-so-much-better-on-a-plane/ Sat, 30 Jul 2022 17:00:00 +0000 https://bonappetitonline.com/why-does-tomato-juice-taste-so-much-better-on-a-plane/

There are two occasions when I will reliably order tomato juice: if I’m hungover or if I’m on a plane. Regarding the latter, I am not the only one.

In May 2018, United Airlines announced that it would “streamline” its inflight catering service on flights under four hours. Excluding coast-to-coast transcontinental flights, the move would have encompassed “virtually all flights” the airline operated domestically.

According to CNBC, hot breakfasts would be replaced with fruit plates and muffins, while “heavier lunches” were “replaced with wraps and chocolate slabs.” Changes have also been made to the drinks menu. While some of the moves were pretty insignificant (I don’t think anyone was really mourning the loss of Sprite Zero from the beverage cart), one loss seemed to hit Travelers particularly hard.

The announcement that United would remove tomato juice from its menu sparked an outcry among customers and staff. At the time, an anonymous flight attendant told CNBC, “We are once again in full apology mode on board our flights, although the issue is more minor compared to forcibly removing customers or suffocating passengers. dogs.”

Within a month, United Airlines announced that it had made a mistake.

“We want our customers to know we value them and listen to them,” United said in a statement to USA Today. “Our customers have told us they weren’t happy with the removal of tomato juice, so we’re bringing it back on board as part of our free drink offer.”

But what gives the in-flight popularity of tomato juice? According to researchers from the Fraunhofer Society, a German research institute, it has to do with how altitude and air travel enhance or diminish our relative senses. A study was initiated by the management of the German airline Lufthansa, who realized that they were serving about 53,000 gallons of tomato juice per year compared to 59,000 gallons of beer.

The researchers set up an experiment in which they divided the taste testers into two groups. One group tasted tomato juice samples in a sterile test environment, while the other was placed in a flight simulator. Those in the flight simulator consistently rated the tomato juice as tasting better than those in the control group.


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“We learned that the tomato juice on the ground floor is rather – I’m not saying musty, but it tastes earthy, it doesn’t taste too fresh,” said Ernst Derenthal, director of the Lufthansa catering, at the NBC subsidiary in Philadelphia. “However, as soon as you have it at 30,000 feet, tomato juice shows, let’s say, its best side. It shows more acidity, it tastes mineral, and it’s very refreshing.”

why is this the case? Researchers have identified a few reasons. First, cabin pressure is low when flying at altitude. Your blood receives less oxygen, which means that the receptors responsible for detecting taste and smell are less sensitive. The low humidity in the cabins – most airlines keep it at 10-15% humidity – only exacerbates these changes in your senses.

The result is a bit like having a cold or a sinus infection. You can only taste the big notes of certain foods, like the acidity and saltiness of tomato juice. Additional research, which has been featured in Flavor Journal, suggests that umami, the “salty” or “meaty” taste found in foods like tomatoes and soy, may actually be increased by cabin conditions, which would further explain why tomato juice is particularly valuable. in the air.

So, it’s perhaps unsurprising that there’s been enough outrage over United’s decision to withdraw the drink the airline has ultimately tweeted this excuse: “You say tomato. We say, we hear you. Tomato juice is here to stay.”

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Passengers can now have Dunkin’ Donuts delivered on Transavia flights https://bonappetitonline.com/passengers-can-now-have-dunkin-donuts-delivered-on-transavia-flights/ Fri, 29 Jul 2022 07:25:00 +0000 https://bonappetitonline.com/passengers-can-now-have-dunkin-donuts-delivered-on-transavia-flights/

Dutch low-cost carrier Transavia has partnered with Dunkin’ Donuts, offering passengers the chance to pre-order a selection of donuts, bagels and coffee, and have them delivered to their seat during the flight. The process is handled by Just Eat Takeaway and catering company iFLEAT.

Transavia was the first airline to partner with Just Eat Takeaway, launching an inflight delivery service in 2020. The collaboration offers passengers the ability to pre-order a variety of dishes including sushi, salads, chicken au Indian butter, potato fries, fresh fruit and yogurt, and now Dunkin’ Donuts. Meals are then prepared by iFLEAT and delivered to the aircraft.

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Pre-ordered items are delivered on board the aircraft in partnership with Just Eat Takeaway. Photo: Transavia

Just Eat Takeaway Business Development Manager – Travel & Dining, Rob Hogema commented,

“Dunkin’ Donuts is the latest product addition that enhances the inflight dining experience for passengers, a hugely popular treat that complements the Transavia restaurant menu beautifully. We are happy and privileged to collaborate with great brands like Dunkin’ Donuts and Transavia to bring global scoop and innovation to onboard hospitality.

How it works?

Passengers on Transavia flights can consult the airline’s pre-order menu up to one hour before their flight to place their order. The donuts are then delivered to the aircraft prior to departure and served in-flight by cabin crew.

The service is currently only available on the airline’s flights departing from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. It is not yet known whether the offer will be extended to include flights from Transavia’s other two bases in the Netherlands – Rotterdam The Hague Airport and Eindhoven Airport.

Transavia is a 100% subsidiary of KLM. Photo: Transavia

Dunkin’ Donuts, also known simply as Dunkin’, was founded in 1950 in the United States. Today, it’s one of the largest coffee and donut chains in the world, with approximately 12,900 locations in 42 countries.

Dunkin’ Netherlands and Belgium master franchisee Nabil Besali celebrated the partnership saying:

“We are very proud to now be able to take this new path to also be able to offer our Dunkin’ Donuts in the air in partnership with Transavia and Just Eat Takeaway.”

In-flight delivery – a growing trend

The partnership with Transavia is part of Just Eat Takeaway’s growth plans in the travel sector. The company already offers a wide range of products on board Transavia flights, and the menu should continue to expand in the future.

Transavia is one of many airlines worldwide to offer pre-order meals to passengers. Photo: Transavia

Many airlines now offer a food pre-order system, including United Airlines and Iberia. The trend grew throughout the pandemic as carriers looked for ways to reduce contact between cabin crew and passengers.

This decision also contributes to minimizing food waste – with this system, Transavia knows in advance which passengers have pre-ordered a meal, thus reducing the number of meals prepared and loaded on the plane but not consumed.

What do you think of Transavia’s decision to offer Dunkin’ Donuts to passengers on board its flights departing from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport? Share your thoughts by commenting below.

]]> The amaranth market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 10.3% until https://bonappetitonline.com/the-amaranth-market-is-expected-to-grow-at-a-cagr-of-10-3-until/ Tue, 26 Jul 2022 18:00:00 +0000 https://bonappetitonline.com/the-amaranth-market-is-expected-to-grow-at-a-cagr-of-10-3-until/

USA, Rockville MD, 26 Jul. 28, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Fact.MR, a market research and competitive intelligence provider, publicly states that the world amaranth market would be worth US$9.2 billion in 2022 and would witness a remarkable CAGR of 10.3% from 2022 to 2032. Amaranth products are combined with exclusive ingredients, in order to add to the smoother functioning of the skin, thus allowing the elimination of wrinkles. As such, the personal care and cosmetics segment is expected to dominate the amaranth market.

Amaranth falls into the category of “pseudo-cereals” because it has a similar nutritional profile to other cereals such as rice and wheat. It is quite similar to quinoa as both are gluten free and good sources of protein.

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Amaranth flowers consist of small, smile-like buds. Amaranth helps fight cancer, low blood pressure and cholesterol levels. It is at the level of lysine compared to other vegetables and contains a high amount of vitamins and minerals. It helps to strengthen the immune system.

It has been widely adopted for skincare applications, both personal care and cosmetics, due to its micronutrient and antioxidant capabilities. Versatility in terms of results and effectiveness remains one of the key attributes of amaranth which is immensely responsible for its rise in popularity.

How is the Amaranth Market performing at the regional level?

“Rising demand for vegan supplements and rising awareness about the benefits of amaranth are driving market growth across all regions”

North America dominates the world amaranth market with a share of 26.2%. Rising consumer demand for naturally derived and organic products coupled with rising demand for vegan supplements is propelling the growth of the market.

In addition, increasing consumption of functional food/drinks by consumers owing to less consumption of sugary carbonated drinks is expected to sustain the market growth in the region over the coming years.

Europe represents 23.3% of the world amaranth market. Rising awareness of the benefits of amaranth coupled with the emerging trend in the cosmetics industry leading to the development of innovative products has further boosted the market growth in the region.

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Key segments covered by the Amaranth Industry survey

  • Amaranth Market by Product Form:
    • Amaranth seeds
    • Amaranth leaves
    • Amaranth flour
    • Amaranth oil
  • The amaranth market by category:
    • Organic amaranth
    • Conventional amaranth
  • Amaranth Market by Application:
    • Food and drinks
      • Bakery and Confectionery
      • Snacks
      • Seasoning
    • Medications
    • Cosmetics and personal care
    • Others
  • Amaranth market by region:
    • North America
    • Europe
    • Asia Pacific
    • Latin America
    • Middle East and Africa

Competitive landscape

Major participants use product improvements as a key strategy to hold their own in the midst of fierce competition.

  • Epicurean Dairy UK Ltd., in 2019 launched “Brekkie”. It appears as a new breakfast option. It makes an unsweetened yogurt combined with puffed buckwheat, amaranth, fruit compote, flax seed granola and quinoa seeds. It is marketed under the brand name “The Collective” and available in 3 flavors – passion fruit, raspberry and mango.
  • Heartbest is a Mexico-based food tech startup. It specializes in various plant-based dairy products. It’s in milk, dairy-free cheese, spreads, and yogurt made with amaranth and quinoa. Butter substitute is also on the cards. The other plan on the anvil is the creation of an online community around vegan dairy products.

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The key players in Amaranth Market

  • Van’s International Foods Inc.
  • Pure inc.
  • Mary’s Gone Crackers Inc.
  • Natures Bakery
  • Organic Luke
  • Mukushi foods
  • Nova-Lux Group LLC
  • Organic products India

Main takeaways from Amaranth Market research

  • By the end of 2022, the market is expected to reach a global market size of US$9.2 billion.
  • Globally, North America accounted for more than 26.2% of revenue in 2022.
  • The global amaranth market is expected to reach US$24.6 billion by 2032.
  • Growing demand for vegan supplements is expected to maintain the momentum of the amaranth market.

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Microparticulate Whey Protein MarketThe most recent report published on the global microparticulate whey protein market by Fact.MR estimates that the market was worth US$302.3 million in 2021 and is expected to witness notable growth at a CAGR of 8.3% to touch a valuation of US$670.4 million. by 2031.

Flavor Enhancers marketFlavor Enhancers Market, according to the study, the market is expected to reach US$3.3 billion by 2021. In the long term, the outlook looks even more optimistic with the industry expected to reach US$5.4 billion by the end of the assessment period 2021. -2031.

Liquid Dietary Supplements MarketThe global liquid dietary supplements market is expected to be valued at US$39.2 billion by the end of 2021, and is expected to further accelerate to reach US$92.8 billion by the end of the forecast period. forecast 2021-2031.

snack marketGlobal demand for snacks is expected to proliferate at a CAGR of 6.5% from 2021 to 2031, according to a study recently published by Fact.MR. By the end of the aforementioned forecast period, the market is expected to be valued at US$751 billion as consumers shift towards consuming organic snacks. By the end of 2021, demand for snacks is expected to reach US$400 billion.
In-flight catering marketThe global in-flight catering market exceeds a valuation of approximately USD 7.3 billion by 2021, and it is expected to reach USD 13.7 billion by 2031, registering a CAGR of 6.5% during the forecast period 2021-2031.

Vegan egg marketThe global vegan egg market grew at a CAGR of 6.9% and accounted for US$1.5 billion in 2021, and is projected to grow at a high CAGR of 8.3% through 2031. retail and household are forecast at a CAGR of 11.5% to be valued at nearly US$1.2 billion by 2031.

processed meat marketThe global processed meat market indicates that the processed meat market grew 3.9% annually in 2021. Fact.MR’s report estimates the processed meat market to be worth US$227.7 billion in 2021, and the market is expected to grow steadily at a CAGR of 4.6% through 2031.

sports nutrition market– The global sports nutrition market report indicates that global sports nutrition sales grew year-over-year (YoY) by 5.3% in 2021. Fact.MR estimates that the market for sports nutrition accounted for US$15.8 billion in 2021, and is expected to see a significant CAGR of 7.9% over the decade.

Tahini market– The global tahini market will accelerate at a CAGR of 6% between 2021 and 2031. By the end of the aforementioned forecast period, the sales of tahini are expected to reach US$3.2 billion. As of 2021, tahini sales are expected to be valued at US$1.8 billion, with the Middle East and Africa expected to capture more than 4/5 of global revenue.

Lactase Enzyme MarketThe global lactase enzyme market saw annual growth of 3.7% in 2021. The U.S. lactase enzyme market grew 3.4%, dispelling initial skepticism about market performance during a pandemic world.

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]]> Akasa Air to launch Bengaluru service from Kochi airport https://bonappetitonline.com/akasa-air-to-launch-bengaluru-service-from-kochi-airport/ Fri, 22 Jul 2022 13:11:00 +0000 https://bonappetitonline.com/akasa-air-to-launch-bengaluru-service-from-kochi-airport/

The airline will operate 28 services in the Bengaluru-Kochi-Bengaluru sector from August 13

The airline will operate 28 services in the Bengaluru-Kochi-Bengaluru sector from August 13

Akasa Air has become the latest airline to launch operations from Cochin International Airport.

The airline will operate 28 services in the Bengaluru-Kochi-Bengaluru sector from August 13 with two daily flights. The latest addition will see a total of 99 departures in a week to Bangalore from Cochin airport. IndiGo, AirAsia, GoFirst and Alliance Air are the other operators in the sector.

Kochi has become one of Akasa Air’s favorite destinations in the first phase of its operations with 56 flights serving Kochi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad and Bengaluru.

Of the two daily services, the first will arrive from Bangalore at 8.30am and return at 9.05am. The second flight will arrive at 12:30 p.m. and return at 1:10 p.m.

CIAL’s Managing Director, S. Suhas, said he was delighted that Akasa Air had chosen Kochi for the first phase of its operations in India. “Efforts by the Chairman and the Board to attract more airlines have started to bear fruit. Many airlines have already chosen Kochi to start their international services. CIAL hopes that Kochi Airport can facilitate more services to all major cities in India during the upcoming winter schedule, and we have plans for that,” he said.

In accordance with the summer timetable which started in April, CIAL manages 1,190 aircraft movements per week. The airport operator hopes that traffic will increase to the same level as before the pandemic by the end of the year.

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Recycling cabin waste remains a major challenge for airlines https://bonappetitonline.com/recycling-cabin-waste-remains-a-major-challenge-for-airlines/ Wed, 20 Jul 2022 15:07:00 +0000 https://bonappetitonline.com/recycling-cabin-waste-remains-a-major-challenge-for-airlines/

The airline industry has always faced criticism for inadequate recycling of cabin waste, which threatens the sector’s environmental reputation. With huge growth in passenger numbers expected in the next decade, the volume of cabin waste could more than double in the next 10 years!
This certainly calls for urgent action for proper recycling of cabin waste in the global airline industry.
However, a growing challenge for airlines is the sustainable management of the millions of tonnes of waste generated in the cabin. Cabin waste costs airlines money, consumes valuable resources and undermines the sector’s credibility in operating sustainably.
Cabin waste consists of two main streams: cleaning waste and catering (kitchen) waste.
Cleaning waste is leftover items given to passengers on the plane such as newspapers, paper towels, plastic bottles, food that has fallen on the floor, toiletry bags and plastic wrappings from blankets, pillows and helmets. Cleaning waste also includes the contents of toilet bins and medical waste such as used syringes.
Catering waste comes from in-flight meals, snacks and beverages served to passengers and can consist of leftover food, beverages and packaging that is returned to carts, static bins or compactors. This waste can contain large volumes of liquid from uneaten beverages and ice.
Increasingly, airlines are taking steps to address the issue and good practices are emerging in the industry.
Industry research by the global body for airlines – IATA indicates that 20-25% of cabin waste is untouched food and beverages and although the in-flight catering market has shrunk during the pandemic. That still means the industry incinerates or landfills $2-3 billion worth of resources.
According to IATA, the inflight catering services market is expected to reach a market size of $18 billion by 2021.
A unique challenge for airlines operating on international routes is the complex waste regulatory environment they must work with. International catering waste is often subject to regulatory inspections and special handling and disposal requirements, including incineration and steam sterilization, making reuse and recycling difficult (if not impossible).
Although airline meals are prepared under strict global hygiene controls, including ingredient sourcing, countries such as Australia, Canada, members of the European Union, New Zealand and the United States has imposed restrictions on catering waste from international flights due to animal health concerns.
Although international arrivals in these countries represent only a fraction of total global arrivals, tight turnaround times, lack of space in catering facilities and providers taking a precautionary approach of services means that catering waste from unregulated domestic or international flights is often unsegregated and all cabin waste is considered potentially biohazardous.
All cabin waste is subject to national waste management controls that limit pollution, but many countries have gone further in their regulations by introducing restrictions on international flight catering waste to protect their agricultural sector (at least regard to animal health).
Airline meals are prepared under strict standards of hygiene and quality control, originally designed for NASA astronauts, but regulations often lead to all cabin waste being incinerated with a limited ability to reuse and recycle.
Another major challenge for airlines is the improper disposal of single-use plastic (SUP) and its impact on the marine environment.
Although SUP is widely used in aviation due to its strength, light weight and hygienic properties, voluntary action by airlines has demonstrated that the industry is keen to replace these products with more sustainable alternatives.
However, international airlines are facing challenges with different SUP regulations being implemented at airport, regional and national levels, an IATA session in Doha said last month.
Asymmetric SUP regulations will result in the introduction of different alternative products on separate legs of a journey, confusing passengers and crew, increasing compliance costs and generating more waste.
These emerging regulations do not recognize that alternatives to SUP must meet strict aviation safety and health constraints and that replacement must be based on a lifecycle approach that takes into account emissions from flight operations. .
IATA has also identified asymmetric national SUP bans that are problematic for international airlines and is raising awareness among relevant regulators of these concerns.
According to the association, many airlines have taken a proactive approach to the SUP challenge by removing drink straws and stirrers and introducing bio-based cutlery, crockery and packaging solutions.
However, in some countries these initiatives have been blocked or canceled due to the pandemic and the introduction of asymmetric regulations.
Industry experts say airlines and their catering providers have an opportunity to reduce cabin waste by improving planning and logistics.
According to them, the regulations of some countries on the treatment of cabin waste reduce the sector’s ability to contribute to the construction of a circular economy and contribute to the goal of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to halve the global food waste by 2030.
A major impediment to airlines’ ability to reuse and recycle more cabin waste is the International Catering Waste (ICW) legislation that many governments have passed. These regulations aim to reduce the risk of transmission of animal and plant diseases by requiring ICW to receive special treatment.
For this reason, airlines and their service providers must work together with regulators to ensure that aviation makes a positive contribution to the SDG target. ]]>