Singapore Airlines to source produce from British farmers

Singapore Airlines intends to use more sustainable ingredients, as well as local produce, in its in-flight meals
Singapore Airlines intends to use more sustainable ingredients, as well as local produce, in its in-flight meals

Singapore Airlines has committed to supporting local farmers in the countries it serves by bringing a farm-to-table concept to the skies.

The South-East Asian airliner, which currently flies in and out of London and Manchester, will support British farmers with its new initiative.

Under the initiative, the “From Farm to Plane” concept will be introduced to promote environmental sustainability and support local farmers’ communities.

The airliner wants to "significantly enhance" sustainability practices in its in-flight food and beverage offerings.



With the concept, Singapore Airlines intends to use more sustainable ingredients, as well as local produce, in its in-flight meals.

The airline will source food from local farms in countries that Singapore Airlines flies to. As Singapore Airlines flies in and out of London and Manchester, it will be helping local British farmers.



Mr Marvin Tan, Singapore Airlines’ Senior Vice President Product & Services said: “Our food and beverage sustainability efforts will further demonstrate and reinforce Singapore Airlines’ ongoing efforts to help reduce our carbon footprint and ensure a greener environment.”