If you are heading off on a long haul flight, you are likely going to have to eat on the plane at some stage. The majority of people try to avoid eating airline food, and who can blame them after internet horror stories (mostly unfounded, it should be remembered). If your flight is longer than 5 or so hours, however, then you are going to have to.
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One way to get your trip off to a good start is by making sure that you eat safely on the plane, and avoid food poisoning. This way, will not have to involve a no win no fee* lawyer in Mid Suffolk when you return home, and your trip will not be spent in agony.
Try to choose the safer meal options on the flight. This means avoiding the meat options, including the fish, and steer clear of anything that doesn’t look ‘quite right’. You shouldn’t be afraid of going veggie, even if it’s just for a few hours.
Take healthy snacks on to the flight. While liquids are heavily restricted, there is actually no real limit on actual food. This doesn’t mean loading up with a week of shopping, but it does mean that you can make sure that you are comfortable on the plane.
Don’t take ice pops. If you do take food onto the plane, remember that there is no fridge or freezer that you can use – be sensible with what you bring. This means that you should forget milk, ice cream… Anything that won’t survive outside of cold or freezing conditions for more than a few hours.Open Claim Calculator
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If the unthinkable, and unrepeatable, should happen and you do fall ill because of the airline food, then you may want some sort of recompense for that. Certainly food poisoning can be very painful, even life threatening – if you were sick and it wasn’t your fault, then you have a very strong case.
Use our free to call number, at the top of this screen, today and see exactly how Accident Advice Helpline can help you with your personal injury compensation claim.
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