Oceania Cruises Adds Plant-Based Menus

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Oceania Cruises announced today that the cruise line has added its most extensive plant-based menus at sea as part of their latest OceniaNEXT innovation.

The cruise line is featuring more than 200 new healthy menu selections, in addition to its current gourmet offerings. The plant-based options will be available for breakfast, lunch, and dinner in The Grand Dining Room and Terrace Cafe. Guests will also have plant-based options available upon request during dinner service in each of the specialty restaurants.

Our hallmark finest cuisine at sea now provides an innovative and appealing menu of choices that reflect our guests’ evolving palates and heightened focus on wellness while balancing our more decadent and extravagant dishes,” stated Bob Binder, president and CEO of Oceania Cruises in press materials.

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The plant-based cashew mushroom kelp noodle salad. (Photo courtesy of Oceania Cruises.)

The new menu offerings are in addition to the line’s vegetarian and Canon Ranch Healthy Living selections. The range of options includes Italian, Greek, Middle Eastern, Korean, Thai, Vietnamese, Mexican, Italian, Malaysian, and more. Options range from power bowls and poke bowls to pastas and pad Thai, light salads and soups, plus the Impossible Cheeseburger, Truffle Mac and Cheese, and an Apple-Oatmeal Crumble with plant-based vanilla ice cream and a coco-vanilla cashew creme brûlée.

For more information, visit oceaniacruises.com. For more on wellness trends in the industry to look out for in 2019, click here. And, to read more about culinary travel, don’t miss the April issue of Recommend.

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