Kiwi food company Hinterland Foods has put their name forward to have Virgin Australia buy their meat for their flights.
"Kia ora, Virgin Australia. Or should I say, g'day mate," says Taihape farmer Sarah Wells in the company's video pitch.
The video comes after Virgin AU invited Kiwi meat suppliers to create a bespoke dish for their trans-Tasman flights, as a response to Air New Zealand's plant-based Impossible burger.
Tom Wells from Hinterland Foods says they already supply meat to Countdown supermarkets, which makes them a suitable candidate for the gig.
"That has been really well received and it's given us the confidence to have a crack at Virgin Australia's awesome concept," he says.