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Last fall Delta began a partnership with Luvo, which is a California-based company formerly known as Lyfe Kitchen to offer healthy meals on select Delta flights including shuttle flights between LAX and SFO and transcon flights.
They must of been popular, because Delta announced that they would be expanding these meals on to other routes as well. The new routes that will offer these new first class meals will be available to/from MSP-LAX/SFO/SEA and DTW-LAX/SFO/SEA.
Here is where you can find Luvo meals when flying Delta:
Shuttle: Traveling between LA and San Francisco? Take advantage of Delta’s hourly shuttle and you’ll get treated to fresh and tasty snacks from Luvo. Delta is offering one morning and one afternoon snack from a rotating menu on each of its 14 daily flights
Transcontinental: Delta is now offering fresh wraps and snacks on their transcontinental flights to and from JFK, LAX, SFO and SEA.
First Class: Now you can enjoy complimentary hot Luvo entrées on flights from MSP or DTW to LAX, SFO, or SEA. And this is just the beginning. With plans to expand the program, you should be seeing Luvo on more routes soon. Be sure to check our blog for the latest updates.
When it comes to the first class flights here are the new meal choices:
Steel Cut Oatmeal with Quinoa and Mixed Fruits: This delicious twist on a classic turns up the flavor with sweet juicy peaches, apples, pineapples, cinnamon and coconut almond topping.
Farmers market Frittata with Sweet Potato Mango Hash and Spicy Garden Salsa: Cage-free, low-yolk eggs baked in a skillet with mushrooms and goat cheese combine with a sweet potato and mango hash, poblano chiles and garden salsa to make a lively start to your day
Orange Mango Chicken with Whole Grains, Kale and Broccoli: Roasted chicken breast in a tangy orange-mango sauce combine in the perfect balance of sweet and savory, with green-tea infused whole grains and steamed kale and broccoli on the side
Quinoa and Vegetable Enchiladas with Mole Sauce and Brown Rice: This Mexican dish starts with quinoa and vegetables wrapped in a corn masa crepe smothered in Chihuahua cheese, rounded out with black beans and organic brown rice on the side.
Have you tried out these new meal options? What are your thoughts on them?
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