Press / November 23, 2012

CNBC: Flying the Diet-Friendly Skies Gets Easier

By Charles Platkin, PhD

Good news for fliers, especially busy business travelers who often are pressed to grab a bite to eat, can be found in the latest survey of food on North American airlines. The airlines are serving more meals and offering healthier and higher-quality food choices than last year, says Charles Stuart Platkin, an assistant professor at CUNY School of Public Health at Hunter College in New York who’s assessed airline food’s nutritional value in seven annual surveys.

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