CALGARY — WestJet announced that it has partnered with fresh-casual restaurant, The Chopped Leaf. The partnership will see the restaurant’s whole-food offerings available on board WestJet aircraft beginning Nov. 15.
“WestJet and The Chopped Leaf have a common goal to break down the ‘airline food’ stigma,” says Rossen Dimitrov, chief Guest Experience officer, WestJet. “The ingredients in our new menu have been sourced to provide healthier options with quality and taste in mind. We continue to evolve our onboard offerings to meet the needs of our 22-million annual guests.”
Guests on more than 250 daily flights will have the option to pre-purchase or buy-on-board whole bowls, multi-grain sandwiches and salads. Specific menu items to be offered by The Chopped Leaf on WestJet flights can be viewed in the onboard menu. The Chopped Leaf meals will be rotated throughout the pre-purchase and buy-on-board menus as more products and variety are developed.