E whakaurua ana e Araraurangi ‘ngā rongo o Aotearoa’ ki tā rātou rārangi kai i ngā wakarererangi. Ko ngā momo kai whakauru, ko ngā momo pērā i te kawakawa me te horopito.
Hei tā te Tumu Apataki Hokohoko, hei tā Leanne Geraghty, mā tēnei whakaurunga o ngā kai Māori ki te rārangi kai e tāpua ai a Araraurangi i ngā kai wakarererangi.
E whakatairanga ana a Araraurangi i te ahurea Māori mā te aro ki ngā kai taketake i te rārangi kai hou i te kōpuha umanga. E whakapono ana a Geraghty, ka whakaatu ngā kai i ngā rongo motuhake a te Māori, me te pai katoa e taea nei e Aotearoa.
I mōhio rānei koe ka rerekē te tāwara o te tangata i te tiketike o te rangi, ā, ka whakarerekē tēnei i te rongo o te kai? Heoi, he tohu pai te pereti kāore ōna kai. Koinei te mea nui ki ērā e tunu ana i ēnei kai i Araraurangi.
E tāria ana ēnei kai hou, ā, ko te tūmanako e pērā ana hoki koutou!
Māori Kai in the Air!
Air New Zealand is introducing what it calls ‘flavours of Aotearoa’ in its new on-board menu which includes traditional Māori ingredients such as kawakawa and horopito.
Chief Customer and Sales Officer, Leanne Geraghty, says this introduction of Māori food onto the menu is one that will help Air New Zealand stand out in in-flight cuisine.
Air New Zealand is promoting Māori culture with an emphasis on traditional foods in its new menu in the Business Premier cabins. Geraghty says she believes that the food will be a display of unique Māori flavours and the best Aotearoa has to offer.
Did you know that people’s taste buds change at altitude, which can make food taste different? But empty plates are probably a good sign and what’s important to those who create meals at Air New Zealand.
We are looking forward to trying these new foods, and we hope you are too!