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Newrest takes part in setting health and safety guidelines in inflight catering





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Newrest, the largest ‘independent’ airline caterer world-wide, has contributed with other members of the International Flight Services Association (IFSA) and the Airline Catering Association (ACA) to set COVID-19 guidelines. They come as a response to the global pandemic and support the aviation and inflight catering industries restart worldwide.

This collective approach complements Newrest’s initiative carried out at the beginning of the sanitary crisis. In fact, Newrest created its own safety and hygiene label called “SAFE by Newrest”. Its aim is to give additional assurance to employees, customers and consumers that all necessary measures have been taken to deliver a safe catering service.

Today 200 Newrest sites have obtained this certification and among them 20 Catering Production Unit (CPU).

Following the statement of IFSA and ACA, Newrest’s Quality, Hygiene, Safety and Environment internal audits have been strengthened with those additional guidelines.


Founded in 1996 as Catair, Newrest Group, chaired by Olivier Sadran and Jonathan Stent-Torriani, is now the only operator to operate in all catering and related service sectors: inflight catering, buy-on-board, duty free on board, catering, remote sites services, rail catering, airport catering concessions and motorways.

With 29,500 employees in 57 countries, Newrest Group, with a managed turnover of 1,365 billion euros in 2020, is also the world’s leading independent player in inflight catering.

Newrest is committed to a process of continuous improvement and innovation in the services offered to its customers, as well as in the well-being and progression of its employees and managers. The sustainable development of the company and the respect of social and environmental values are at the heart of its activities.

Mon 02 2021

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