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Company allows consumers to buy leftover airplane food delivered straight to their homes (video)

By Mason White 12:21 PM September 22, 2014
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By: Sanvi Rizvi
(Scroll down for video) Consumers who are in love with airplane food, can now purchase a meal, which is then delivered to their home, Air Food One said in a statement.

Allyouneed.com of Germany, partnered with LSG Sky Chefs, the catering arm of Lufthansa and Air Food One, to bring airplane food to customers.

The company makes deliveries once a week in the Dusseldorf and Cologne regions of Germany, and plans to expand if there is enough demand.

Menus include steaks, chicken in pepper sauce and fried cod. Each meal costs about $13. There are also vegetarian options.

The meals appeal to working parents with children and busy business travelers who may not want to eat cold sandwiches.

Air Food One meals are better than the in flight meals because they are delivered fresh to customers, who heat the food themselves instead of being cooked and packed in metal boxes used by caterers, the company said.