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Delta, Union Square form alliance to elevate airline food

Goal is to serve meals in its Delta One cabin that are just as good as those served in the latter's restaurants

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"We want passengers to say: 'This is great food' - not, 'This is great food for an airline'," said John Harenda, vice-president for operations at Union Square Events, the group's catering service.

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"We want passengers to say: 'This is great food' - not, 'This is great food for an airline'," said John Harenda, vice-president for operations at Union Square Events, the group's catering service.

New York

IT is no secret that airlines are waging an increasingly pitched battle for the biggest-spending passengers who fly in premium classes: The carriers have deployed amenities such as fluffy feather duvets and spa treatments.

Now, Delta Air Lines is trying to gain an edge

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