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ANA offers taste of business class travel with home meal delivery

Japanese airline ships in-flight cuisine to globetrotters stuck at home

ANA is shipping frozen in-flight business class meals straight to customers' doors, following its success with economy class meals. (Photo by Hajime Matsumoto)

TOKYO -- With the coronavirus pandemic still keeping many would-be business travelers grounded, All Nippon Airways is giving teleworkers something to chew on.

The Japanese carrier on Thursday began selling in-flight business class meals online to domestic customers. Each order includes two servings and costs 10,000 yen ($87), including shipping.

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