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Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport honoured for food, beverage offerings

Operators of US-based Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport said that trade group the Airports Council International North America has awarded it has having the Best Food and Beverage Program of any large airport in North America.

According to airport officials, the award win celebrates the MSP´s Terminal 1-Lindbergh food and beverage programme, which was recently enhanced by 11 new restaurants on Concourse G at the facility.

The new restaurants were developed and are operated by OTG, a company known for locally inspired menus and iPads at every seat.

ACI-NA´s Excellence in Airport Concessions Contest is meant to inspire creativity in the industry and to recognize innovative and outstanding airport concessions.

The contest is judged by an independent panel comprised of high-level professionals with no vested interest in concession operations or the outcome of any one airport. ACI-NA received 200 nominations from airports throughout the US and Canada for this year´s contest.

OTG was selected by Delta Airlines (NYSE: DAL) and the Metropolitan Airports Commission to create and operate new dining and retail space on Concourse G.

The firm is an airport food & beverage operator with more than 200 restaurants and retail boutiques in 10 airports, including Minneapolis-St. Paul, John F. Kennedy, LaGuardia, Toronto Pearson, Boston Logan, Tucson, Washington National, Orlando, Chicago O´Hare and Philadelphia.

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