Press / December 18, 2013 Savings on a superb Jamaican getaway, plus airline food improves (for some) and a look at most popular Instagram photos for 2013

By Charles Platkin, PhD

Most of us are still stuck with buying sandwiches on board the plane for $7. But airlines are stepping up their food offerings for folks who fly in premium seating.

USA Today had a good piece the other day on this, talking about how some airlines have their own sommeliers to select the best wines for air travel (they need to be bolder and fruitier than wines on the ground, I’ve read, owing to the lack of air and dryness on board a plane). Others are beefing up, so to speak, their menus with fancy, international flavours, the paper said.

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The following is a survey of 12 major North American airlines’ snack and on-board food offerings conducted by