Press / November 21, 2012

Boston’s NPR (WBUR): Watching What You Eat In The Air: New Ratings Of Airline Food

By Charles Platkin, PhD

You know how captive you can feel when the peanuts and cookies come down the center aisle. You’re hungry. You’re stuck. You forgot to pack your own and didn’t want to buy rip-off airport food. So you take what’s offered. Sigh.

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