June 5 2024  |  Food & Beverage

WTCE issue: MileOne's snack box in a bag

By Robynne Trueman

This is a special feature from PAX International's May 2024 WTCE issue, on page 48.


The collection of snack boxes in a bag from MileOne

MileOne Group has unveiled a range of snack boxes in a bag, designed to make it easier for cabin crew to serve passengers during long-haul flights. Crew can hang the bags on the seat hook, using the handle, so as not to wake passengers at meal times if they are sleeping.

The company tells PAX International that the snack boxes in a bag are now flying onboard easyJet for this summer, while Iberia has used the product onboard for a year, now in the large and mini formats on long-haul flights from Madrid.

“MileOne is always looking for ways to improve the supply chain for clients across the world,” the company said. “In 2023, we switched our tapas snack box to a snack bag with a handle in order to help Iberia crew distribute long-haul third service to sleeping passengers whilst at the same time making it easy for them to dispose of after the service using an easy-to- crumple-and-compostable 200 grams per square metre kraft material.” 

MileOne is redesigning again the Iberia snack bags for June, with a curated look and feel. Most of the ingredients in the tapas snack bags served on Iberia are sourced exclusively for MileOne, including the 20 to 30 gram olives in the bag, which are from Seville and custom-supplied for the company together with the mini 38-gram Fuet bites from Albacete.

The snack box in a bag range of products offers a refreshed version of the traditional inflight snack box with thoughtful touches specific to airlines. “We have secured some listings for 2024,” MileOne tells PAX International. “The range is ambient from croissant and yogurt breakfasts to cream teas and tapas. We look forward to putting more onboard in the coming year.”

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