Straits Times Singapore: Sats’ Ready-To-Eat Meals Can Be Kept Longer
Ground-handling firm Sats, which provides in-flight meals, has extended its kitchen in Changi North. The facility can now produce up to 60,000 meals a day. With new technology, some food can be stored for up to 24 months, cutting down waste.
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