Travel Food Services (TFS), India’s main Travel F&B and Retail Company, emerged with the best tally of awards, taking home three awards at the prestigious Airport Food and Beverage (FAB) awards held at Dallas Fort Worth, the USA, on 26-27 June 2019. TFS gained three awards, making it the primary ever Indian employer with these many wins at the FAB 2019 Awards; it also marked the 1/3 year in a row that TFS has been complimented on the global platform with novel standards, impeccable services, and client-centric technique.
Travel Food Services’ Plastic Ban Campaign won the nearby award for the Environmental Initiative of The Year in the Middle East, Africa, and India, and the F&B Marketing & Promotions Campaign of The Year award for their Dilli Streat launch in Indira Gandhi International Airport. Besides, Chef Rajesh Shetty, Executive Chef at GVK Lounge with TFS Performa’s aid, won the worldwide Airport Chef of The Year award.
Gaurav Dewan, COO and Business Head of Travel Food Services says, “This prestigious win at the FAB 2019 Awards is a testament to our difficult paintings and willpower in the direction of reworking travel studies in India. We are honored to have received this popularity on this global platform. We challenge the industry with revolutionary principles and convey greater operational excellence. This type of recognition is a massive motivation for us and our humans to keep bringing in innovation, generation, and the quality of customer support to bridge India’s region in the worldwide tour F&B and retail map.”
In its eight years, the FAB Conference & Awards has been organized with the aid of The Moodie Davitt Report and The Foodie Report. The awards have been presented at a gala in the USA to celebrate organizations’ difficult work and effort in converting how the arena travels.
About Travel Food Services:
Travel Food Services (TFS) is India’s leading travel F&B and Retail Company, with over three hundred retailers and 19 lounges throughout journey-hubs, including Airports, Railway Stations, and Highways across 18 cities. With main concessions throughout key airports inclusive of Delhi, Mumbai, Goa, Chennai, Kolkata, and Bengaluru, TFS has been transforming journey revel for over seventy-five million passengers each year via a variety of cuisines across its various formats of eating places, cafes, bars, food courts, and lounges.
So does not it make the experience to combine the 2?
Since dawn, we’ve bragged approximately what we had for dinner the night before at paintings the day after today. “Man, I had some rockin’ Tortellini last night with some insane buttery garlic bread!” With Social Media now, we are more ‘instant’ about it.
Real-time. Real consuming.
While you consider it, I assume that’s what Social Media was invented for. Because it certainly isn’t any right for advertising! *wink* I don’t know about any of you, but now I’m at the point wherein I experiment with my Facebook and Twitter for what human beings are chomping down and what delicious drinks they’re enjoying. I’m over the Tweets on Forex, ramblings of Confucius, and what kind of Kim Kardashian loves us and her excessive heels. Speaking of Miss Kardashian (she’s no longer married, right? I can’t keep up), she needs to step up her #tweetingwhatsheseating. I KNOW she eats! Right??
But I digress (I’ve been ready to apply that line for a while…)
Give me roast pork and cheddar with a Newcastle Brown Ale update any day…And ideally with a picture. This brings me to my next point: Pictures with the updates rock! You want to look at what everybody is enjoying, right? That needs to be 50% of your updates while viable. Now, directly to the detractors, or what I name the ‘online food downers.’ (I have not thought of a better catchphrase than that, so thoughts are welcome inside the feedback underneath!)