Kerstin Lau: LSG's Authors

Kerstin is a communications professional, working in the industry since 1999 and for LSG Sky chefs since 2008. Experienced in the areas of food, logistics, operations and environment, she enjoys scouting for stories which are interesting for internal as well as external audiences. Asking the right questions to get interesting insights and news angles, make her stories always worth a read. While traveling, reading, meeting friends or enjoying a nice dinner or a coffee break, Kerstin loves to discover, share and drive ideas.

Posts By Kerstin Lau

Natalja Cvetkova, General Manager at Evertaste

Playing Tetris: Putting menu items in a meal box is an art in itself

The standard meal box, which fits perfectly into the drawers of a trolley used in aircraft, is 15,3 cm long, 8,3 cm wide and 5,3 cm high. But the ideal fit is not the only criteria for these packaged-meal solutions, they also have to be easy to handle for the service crew. Theref...

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Train@WTCE: Integrated solutions for our customers

The LSG Group presents its spectrum of services for train operators with concrete case studie I am very much looking forward to this year’s World Travel Catering & Onboard Services Expo (WTCE) in Hamburg in April. Besides InnoTrans, which will take place in Berlin in Se...

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BoxTalk with … Mauro Paciucci (Oakfield Farms Solutions)

Box: Pizza is a favorite treat all over the world. It is loved by all age groups, easy to eat and can be ordered with a broad assortment of toppings. These general characteristics make it an ideal snacking item while traveling, especially if it tastes like a real Italian pizza. T...

Ivana Breig, Sales & Marketing Manager at Oakfield Farms Solutions Europe

BoxTalk with … Ivana Breig

This BoxTalk highlights olives as a handy and healthy snacking alternative while traveling. Box: Many of the snack boxes available on planes and trains contain a pack of olives. Olives are an ideal component for snack boxes because they can be easily be paired with either a porti...

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BoxTalk with … Kai Schmidt (Oakfield Farms Solutions)

Box: Fresh products in a snack box? Why not? Given the right product selection and a properly working supply chain, one that adheres to all temperature specifications, packing fresh products in a box is not a problem. Talk: Of course, the items that go in a fresh snack box are de...

Luca Schlosser, Manager Train Operations at the LSG Group

You can’t go wrong with coffee, beer and water

I was surprised to find that coffee, beer and water are always top sellers, no matter what time of the day it is. As the LSG Group’s Train team, we regularly review the sales figures accordingly to make sure we are getting the right product mix on board the trains we serve. The...

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BoxTalk with… Jennifer Fendel (Oakfield Farms Solutions Europe)

Box: Popcorn with caramel and sea salt, toasted maize grains and pastrami-flavored crisps – these trendy products are what make a snack box special. They pique consumers’ curiosity and inspire them to try new things. That is why snack boxes feature products from well-known ma...

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LSG Sky Chefs’ Chef Competition: Sous-Vide vs. Low-Temperature Cooking

Using a plastic bag for cooking or just using low temperatures – Sous-vide and low-temperature cooking methods represent different beliefs on how to prepare mouth-wateringly tender meat or fish. Stefan Grammel is a supporter of the sous-vide method, whereas Fritz Gross is a fan...

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BoxTalk with … Silke Schmuck

Box: A hot meal that carries the “clean” label contains products that are as natural as possible. Clean in the food industry means that additives have been kept to a minimum in the production of those meals. If additives are necessary – for example, to stabilize frozen prod...

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LSG Sky Chefs’ Chef Competition: Butter or Olive Oil?

Who will prevail when a butter person and an olive oil fan battle it out? Scientists, nutritionists and health consultants tend to prefer one product or the other, depending on lifestyle as well as dietary trends. In regards to butter and olive oil, one thing is certain: Both pro...