Taking a U-turn on their choice the Emirates airline has decided to restore the ‘Hindu meal choice’ in their menu. This came hours after the airline company had announced of dropping the option. The airlines business was obliged to alter the choice after facing reaction from Hindu consumers on various social media network websites.
Based on feedback from our clients, Emirates validates we will continue to provide a Hindu meal alternative, to make it much easier for our Hindu clients to determine and request this option,” the airline stated in a declaration late Wednesday night.
“Emirates has constantly provided a wide array of unique meals that can be bought at least 24 hours in advance to accommodate our clients with medical or religious dietary requirements, including our Hindu clients … We constantly examine our offering, thinking about client uptake and feedback. Food and drink form an integral part of any Emirates flight experience and our menus are created by leading chefs to reflect the culture and choices of Emirates’ varied customer base,” the statement added.Most prominent airline companies
supply meal choices based on several aspects like religious, medical and dietary factors to consider for the sake of clearness. Air India and Singapore Airlines, for example, have actually special meals titled’religious’ in their menu. These include: Hindu Non-Vegetarian Meal (HNML)which does not consist of beef, veal, pork, smoked and raw fish; Muslim/Moslem Meal( MOML)which contains no alcohol, pork and is prepared in accordance with halal method; and Kosher Meal(KSML )that is prepared according to Jewish specs and includes meat.The vegetarian meal of worldwide airlines supply options like Indian veg(no meat,
seafood and eggs ); Jain meal(no onions, garlic, ginger, mushrooms and root vegetables ); Asian and vegan (no dairy product).” Not everybody is an experienced traveller knowing the subtle distinctions between meal options
offered by airline companies. Hindu non-veg indicated no beef and was securely selected by Indian visitors. There might be confusion by individuals scheduling tickets in preliminary days,”said a Delhi-based travel representative.(With inputs from TOI)remarks