Airplane Food Event

A reflexion about the food future inside an airplane food restaurant.

The creative collective Les Oiseaux de Merde organized the very first edition of the Airplane Food at Roest -Amsterdam-. They “transformed an old hangar into a pop-up restaurant for 200 people that felt like an airplane interior. Stewardesses served the best meals the airlines can offer, three people spoke about food initiatives for a better world, and Dutch fashion designer Hans Ubbink ran a fashion show in the airplane gangway.” (…)

“Although the concept of an Airplane Food Restaurant is great in itself, Bruns and Vogel wanted to communicate a moral message about the future of our food. They invited three food-minded presenters with ideas for a better world. Samuel Levie (…) explained how his sausages contribute to a better world. Curaçao (…) presented his Cross Border Relations project, that sells local meals from Curaçao to large cruise ships. Daniel Knoop talked about his initiative Congo Incentivators SPRL, that focuses on cassava to transform food production in the Democratic Republic of Congo.”

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