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Old plastic bottles and grapes go in to Iberia’s new amenity kit

Iberia has introduced a new design for its amenity kits given out on long haul routes.

The toiletry bags designed by Iberia’s uniform designer Teresa Helbig and will be available in Business and Premium Economy class on flights starting this summer.

READ: ANA introduces UK-designed amenity pouches

These toiletry bags include vegan cosmetic products, made  in Spain by Uvas Frescas, apparently by using surplus grapes from the wines served onboard. Packaging is made from sugar cane while the bag is produced by multinational amenity kit manufacturer Kaelis by recycling 7.5 million 550ml plastic bottles, saving 1.2 million litres of water and reducing energy emissions by 70%.

Additionally, these sustainable products are packaged by Envera, the Iberia employee association for parents of people with disabilities, which employs more than 400 people with disabilities.

 

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