Press / November 26, 2012

First We Feast By: Food You Can Fly With: Airports and Airlines Show Improvement

By Charles Platkin, PhD

Travel by air usually means a suspension of dietary considerations, not to mention standards of deliciousness. But our options are getting healthier though, reports Los Angeles Times. A nutrition professor at the City University of New York, Charles Platkin, found that “most airlines now offer at least one healthy meal alternative in their on-board menu.” According to Platkin, despite misses here and there, there is a sizeable improvement in healthy options from a decade ago.

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