Press / December 29, 2013 The best and worst of airline snack options; what to eat while traveling

By Charles Platkin, PhD

Hungry air travelers who count calories can put down the calculator: did the work and compared the food offerings of several major airlines.

AAA expects 5.53 million travelers to be in and out of airports through the current holiday season. This year, the average number of calories per food item dropped to 360, down from 388 calories in 2012.

Virgin America and Air Canada have the healthiest choices, according to the site’s latest survey, and Alaska Airlines is close behind.

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