How do airlines’ eats rate?

by Charles Platkin, PhD

It’s holiday time, which means travel. So each year I contact the airlines to request nutrition information for the foods they serve economy-class passengers on domestic flights. There are not too many major changes from last year, but the good seems to have gotten better. United Airlines seems to be moving in a better direction. American Airlines is not terrible, but it’s not improving, either.

The “Shame on You” award, once again, goes to Allegiant. Their foods are packaged. All they had to do was send photos of the nutrition facts panels, but they refused.

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