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Japan Airlines asks passengers to consider skipping meals on overnight flights to reduce food waste
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In an effort to reduce the amount of food wasted per flight, one airline is asking certain customers to skip the in-flight meal when they are flying overnight.
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Japan Airlines debuted a new “Ethical Choice” that allows customers to skip their inflight meal on its website, explaining the new option as a putch to reduce food waste. Now, customers on certain flights can opt out of being served a meal entirely.
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