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Delta Airlines’ Vegan Options

Vegan Options in New York airport.

Delta Airlines announced Wednesday, August 4, that it is reinventing the airline customer’s food experience at its New York’s LaGuardia airport terminal facility with 13 new food and beverage concepts, including one for vegans. Beginning this fall, OTG Management will head and operate each of the new concepts, and the full project is set to be complete by summer 2011. Cibo Express Gourmet Markets will be the food provider tailoring to vegans and other special diets, including gluten-free foods. The market will offer more than 1,000 different foods and beverages ready to take on the flight. This way, vegans will have options available right at the terminal.

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