Press / December 29, 2013 Study finds airline food getting a little healthier

By Charles Platkin, PhD

The website, which focuses on healthy eating, has come out with the results of its annual evaluation of North American airline in-flight food offerings, and it found a little reason for passenger optimism.

The survey, conducted by Charles Platkin, PhD, asks airlines to submit information on exactly what they offer to passengers, and it found that for the industry as a whole, the average number of calories per in-flight food item actually declined, from 388 in 2012 to 360 in 2013.

“There are not too many major changes from last year, but as an overall observation, the good seem to have gotten better,” the website said.

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