400 kilometers from Earth and after a delivery time of more than eight hours: Uber Eats celebrates the first delivery of an astronaut in space – with ready-to-eat Japanese meals. According to the announcement, the food competitor is a Japanese billionaire and businessman named Yusak Maezawa. As part of his twelve-day stay in space, he visited the International Space Station (ISS) with his Uber Eats bag.
Uber is particularly proud of its food-delivery public relations campaign: “We want to help people get everywhere and deliver everything they need,” says Dara Khosrowshahi, Uber’s CEO.
Probably the most expensive food delivery
Delivery is not only exotic, but also an expensive pleasure. The Japanese invested more than $100 million in the trip to the International Space Station. Wearing a delivery hat, he was not only the first private person on the International Space Station, but he also made the first food delivery in space.
The advertisement said the Japanese were providing astronauts with dishes such as mackerel cooked in miso, beef in a sweet sauce, chicken stewed with bamboo shoots and stewed pork. good Appetite. (cnr)
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