The Diet Detectives have rated the airlines on the nutrition of their meals and both United and Continental scored high. The results of the research rate each airline on the number or calories, best options, and their willingness to share the information.

Since last year??s survey, Delta increased its score, but United Airlines, American Airlines, JetBlue and US Airways all dropped slightly in the ratings.

My grip is that you have to pay separately for food on most US airlines, regardless of the length of the flight. If you’re curious, you can see what your next airline meal looks like beforehand or get your meal faster by ordering kosher (which may be better for the environment).

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