Emirates Flight Catering to cut 750 tonnes of waste cardboard

5 November 2019

Emirates Flight Catering (EKFC) has introduced a new packaging system to reduce its cardboard waste by 750 tonnes each year. 

The firm has replaced cardboard packaging used in its food manufacturing process with reusable crates. The crates will be used to store and transport 100,000 inflight meals each day.

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