Press / November 20, 2012 (The Birmingham News, The Huntsville Times and Mobile’s Press-Register): Snacks at 35,000 feet: Food for thought for Thanksgiving air travelers

By Charles Platkin, PhD

Just when you thought enduring your mother-in-law’s thinly-veiled insults about your cooking or staking out the perfect seat for post-turkey football viewing was your biggest concern during the next few days, reminds us all that the journey can be almost as fattening as the destination this Thanksgiving.

The website, in partnership with the City University of New York, has released the 2012 Airline Food Survey, rating foods for 12 airlines and revealing the best ‘Calorie Bargains’ and “Calorie Rip-offs” at 35,000 feet.

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