Both Lagkagehuset and Joe & The Juice will be opening new units in Copenhagen Airport’s Terminal 3. Joe & The Juice will be adding salads to their menu, and they have an app on the drawing board that will allow passengers to pre-order flight meals for pick-up on the way to the gate.
Travellers in Terminal 3 can now also enjoy or take a freshly squeezed juice and a tasty piece of cake to go for their flight. Joe & The Juice and Lagkagehuset are each opening a new outlet at Copenhagen Airport.
“Joe & The Juice and Lagkagehuset are Danish quality concepts that have been very popular at the airport from the very beginning. We’re adding to that success by making their concepts even more accessible – the new locations are perfect for travellers heading for our gates in Pier C, Pier D or Go, our low-cost pier,” said Sales and Market VP Carsten Nørland of Copenhagen Airports.
Sandwiches and salads for your flight: a hit
Lagkagehuset is especially known for its delicious cakes and good bread, but at the airport they have decided to focus also on sandwiches and salads, which are in great demand among passengers.
In connection with opening its new location, Joe & The Juice has expanded its menu: the new juice bar will also feature a new salad concept initially only available at Copenhagen Airport. The new salads will be easy to bring on the flight, and they will be substantial enough for a flight lasting several hours.
“We call the new salads “It’s not a salad” because they include so much more than lettuce. They have meat and other substantial ingredients like avocados, which we’re sure many travellers will like. We look forward to opening yet another location at Copenhagen Airport: It’s an inspiring place with a cool, dynamic atmosphere that perfectly matches the Joe & The Juice concept,” said founder and CEO of Joe & the Juice Kasper Basse.
In addition to offering a number of brand new salads at the airport, Joe & the Juice will be launching a new app this summer to make it easier for people to grab food and juice on the way to their gate. With the new app, passengers can pre-order food for quick and easy pick-up before their flight.