So I was book a flight and found Swiss international Airlines had a huge food category selection like, Kosher, halal, Plane, and may others but the thing that really stuck out was their 4 selections of Vegetarian, i.e. vegetarian, lacto ovo veg, vegan, and yes Raw Vegetarian. They didn't say Organic but WOW, Raw Food available on flight means. How cool is that?
This is the list online but when I was in the booking aria they offered Raw Vegetarian as one of the selections
|Vegetarian Hindu menu|
Indian-style menu omitting meat, fish, eggs, poultry, lard and gelatine products
|Vegetarian Oriental menu|
Chinese style vegetarian products
|Vegetarian Jaina menu|
Indian style vegetarian meal prepared in accordance with jainistic customs
|Vegetarian lacto-ovo menu|
Contains dairy and egg products, but no meat or fish.
|Vegetarian / vegan menu|
Meat-free Western style meal without dairy products.
Meals are prepared in accordance with religious guidelines. May contain lamb, poultry or fish. Beef and dairy products are excluded.
Meals are prepared, packed and sealed only by rabbis in accordance with kosher guidelines.
Meals are prepared in accordance with religious guidelines and contain no pork.
Diet meal without sugar and carbohydrates. The nutritional values and information are clearly stated.
Light, low-fat meals including mildly seasoned lean meat or fish.
|Gluten intolerance menu|
Contains neither cereals (wheat, rye, barley, oats) nor starchy foods.
Meals prepared with low-calorie foods. Meals do not include any pasta, baked goods or products containing cream.
Mildly seasoned, low-salt, low-sodium meals.
Ingredients containing minimum levels of fat, no cholesterol.
Diet meals containing lactose-free products.
|Baby menu (up to 24 months)|
Consists of a glass of vegetable purée and a glass of fruit purée.
|Children‘s menu (2-11 years)|
A balanced, child-friendly menu without the addition of hot spices. Some examples: pasta with tomato sauce, chicken nuggets etc.