Press / November 30, 2010

Crain’s New York Business: (Some) Airline Food Gets Four Stars

By Charles Platkin, PhD

As if travelers don’t have enough to stress about, what with “enhanced” security screenings and extra baggage fees, it turns out that calories eaten above 35,000 feet do in fact count.
Just in time for the holiday travel season, nutrition website DietDetective.com rated the in-flight snacks on eight major U.S. airlines, giving each carrier a “health score” based on the number of healthy offerings and cost.

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