|• Oriental Meals
This meat is prepared Chinese or Oriental style. Main course is normally seafood or chicken.
• Raw Vegetable Meal
This meal is purely raw vegetables and salads.
• Diabetic Meal
Diabetic diet applied for the following diseases: diabetic mellitus and glucose intolerance.
• Low Fat Meal
Low Fat diet applied for the following diseases: cholesterol, hyperlipidemia, coronary heart disease, hypercholestremia, hypercholesterolaemia, high triglycerides, fatty liver, increased risk of coronary heart disease or stroke.
• Low Protein Meal
Low Protein diet applied for the following diseases: some type of renal disease and some type of liver disease.
• No Lactose Meal
No Lactose diet applied for the following diseases: lactose intolerance.
• Low Purine Meal
Low Purine diet applied for the following diseases: uric acid kidney stone and gout.
• Vegan Vegetarian Meal
Vegan Vegetarian meal is strict or rigid vegetarians, no food of animal origin is permitted, and also items such as milk, milk products, gelatin or gravy.
• Lacto-ovo Vegetarian Meal
Lacto-ovo Vegetarian meal eats no meat, poultry, fish or shellfish or products derived from them. Eggs, dairy products and plant-derived foods are authorized
Refrain from eating beef, pork and veal.
Meals are cooked under the rabbinical supervision, wrapped and sealed accordingly.
Omit pork, venison and alcohol. The animals are slaughtered according to Halaal rites. The usage of blood and cooking fats of animal origin is not allowed.
• Baby Meal
Baby meals are available for children up to two years of age. These are generally off-the-shelf pasteurized baby food and include strained fruit, vegetables, meat, desserts and juices.
• Child Meal
Child meals are generally from two to six years old.
• Fruit platter Meal
Fresh, cooked or canned whole or cut and dried fruit to provide some variety.
• Seafood Meal
Seafood meal is made of lean fish such as sole, trout, hake, kabeljou or haddock to name a few.