When we travel domestically we don't often eat the airplane food. It can be cost prohibitive (ie...$3 for a candy bar), and with the average flight less than 3 hours, there is often not a need. However, airplane food is included in international travel. There is a lot to be said about the airline food from its taste to its odor to its appearance. Nevertheless, we haven't had any complaints, and found it quite nutritious. In fact, many of the airlines have included a nutrition label on the foods so that you can check out the sodium, sugar, and calorie intake, as well as view the ingredients. We have requested vegetarian options during our most recent international travels. And while a few times it didn't get relayed to the airline timely, they have been quite accommodating by granting our request. What's cool is that we are often served first. Ha!! Here are a few pictures from our travels to Europe and South Africa. As you can see the foods are quite varied from Italian pasta to Indian fare to French cuisine. The cultures of the world right on your lips. Yum.....
Rhonda & Sharee Washington