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Pretzels are dreadful

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The pretels provided on flights are dreadful.  Dry and unappetizing.  How about wheat thins, or "goldfish" cheesy crackers.

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@stlflier wrote:

The pretels provided on flights are dreadful.  Dry and unappetizing.  How about wheat thins, or "goldfish" cheesy crackers.


Equivalent snacks are offered on longer flights, but I think we are expecting to hear about additoinal options beyond pretzels for short flights too at some point.

 

 

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Some of the snacks on longer flights are quite good, that's how I got hooked on the Belvita breakfast biscuit things.

 

Most airports also have stores that sell snacks and bringing your own from home is also an option. 

 

--TheMiddleSeat

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@stlflier wrote:

The pretels provided on flights are dreadful.  Dry and unappetizing.  How about wheat thins, or "goldfish" cheesy crackers.


Plane crackers are offered on some flights. They are pretty good.

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I am sorry that you are not happy with the snack. I have bought mine, but other times, I bought a McDonalds Meals, or Sbarro Pizza and among other things.

I vividly recalled when I was little, the flight attendants was very nice and served us a meals on a two hours trip. Sadly, they don't do this anymore unless you are on oversea trip.Smiley LOL

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My two year old would beg to differ. She LIVES to get her pretzels and apple juice when we fly. Smiley Very Happy

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The pretzels are not my favorite..but they always make me thirsty for a drink! 🙂