October 19 2020  |  Airline & Terminal News

SSP to develop locally inspired food offer at HBA

By Sabrina Pirillo

Cascade is Australia’s oldest operating brewery which serves draught beer made with pristine Tasmanian water

SSP Group has secured a four-year £15 million (US$19.5 million) contract to redevelop the food and beverage experience at Hobart Airport.

Mobile ordering has been introduced to the airport for the first time, allowing travelers to order through the convenience of their mobile devices. Three popular local Hobart brands will be available: Liv-eat Healthy Eating, Coal River Farm and Cascade — Australia’s oldest operating brewery — will be serving draught beer made with pristine Tasmanian water.

“We’re proud to continue our close partnership with Hobart Airport, spanning well over five years now, especially with the introduction of such prominent local brands Hobart has to offer, said Mark Angela, CEO of SSP Asia Pacific in today’s announcement. “We are confident that passengers will come to love the new look and feel of the airport, especially the food on offer and the new brand line up. Our intention is to create a welcoming environment that captures the true spirit of Tasmania for those arriving into Hobart and a last piece of Tasmania for those departing.”

“We’re really proud to be supporting local businesses and producers after what has been a particularly challenging year,” said Hobart Airport Acting CEO, Matt Cocker. “We are looking forward to being able to welcome passengers back to Hobart Airport with a brand-new menu that reflects the outstanding produce that is synonymous with our island home.”SSP to develop locally inspired food offer at HBA

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