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‘Ginger not cockroach’ Vistara clarifies meal content after testing food in laboratory

‘Ginger not cockroach’ Vistara clarifies meal content after testing food in a laboratory

The traveller tweeted a picture of what appeared to be some sort of creepy crawly with the caption, “Small cockroach in air Vistara meal.”

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The airline reacted and insisted that their food was prepared “keeping the highest standards of quality in mind” and subsequently requested Nikul’s information so they could investigate the situation. After Mr. Solanki complained about his meal during the flight, Vistara claimed the next day that they had sent a sample of it to a lab for testing.

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The airline claims that the tests showed that the suspect item was simply ginger that had been sautéed. “We’d like to clear the air regarding the meal that was served to you on your flight with us on August 31 from Mumbai to Bangkok,” they said in response to Nikul’s complaint.

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“The sample was delivered to the lab for careful examination. According to the reports, we can confirm that the particular meal sample did not contain any foreign objects or insects. “A piece of sautéed ginger was identified as the object in question after being examined under a microscope. At Vistara, we turn no stone in ensuring that the highest standards of safety and services are upheld.

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