Press / November 21, 2012

Auto Europe: Airline Food on the Up and Up

By Charles Platkin, PhD

Healthy eating while flying has become a tangible option on many carriers in recent years. The newest survey measuring the best meal options at 30,000 feet has been conducted by Charles Stuart Platkin of the CUNY School of Public Health.

According to Platkin, nutritional value has increased across the board, while calorie count and cholesterol has decreased in most snack boxes and meals. He states that at this time last year, many snack boxes exceeded 850 calories while this year the average is 388 calories.

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