Along with December holidays comes a variety of seasonal cuisine that is simply part of the season. Ghluwein and sizzling sausages at Christmas markets throughout Europe and family favorites prepared at home add to the holiday cheer. Those who travel by air may have meals that may not be seasonal but can add up to unknown ingredients that might not agree with everyone.
For many travelers, knowing the best and worst food choices in the air is difficult. But we have help and guidance from some experts worth considering.
dietdetective.com rated the best ‘Calorie Bargains’ and “Calorie Rip-offs” at 35,000 feet with their 2013 Airline Food Survey. Rating foods for twelve airlines, the survey assigned a score based on eight criteria including health of meals and snack boxes, health of individual snacks, healthy offerings, calorie count and more.