As a frequent flyer, you see a lot of things. You see a lot as a frequent flyer and every once in a while there’s something that surprises you. On a recent flight with Delta, this one caught me by surprise.
New Delta Snack
When I think of Delta snacks, I think of sweet, salty or savory. But as inflight snacks are just that, inflight, they generally tend to be easy to consume.
Bananas, chips, chocolates, all easy to consume. So when I ran across this triple packaged item, it caught me by surprise.
Meet the most complex snack to eat on a plane.
The baked in Brooklyn chips were packaged, along with the Truitt hummus, all packaged in a wrapping with an additional paper packing backer to give the back of the package some support.
Opening it up, seemed dimpled enough. But then further opening was required, and then managing the various components to dip the chip into hummus seemed overly complex and unnecessary for a simple snack.
Delta continues to experiment with inflight snacks. Some work and some don’t. In my opinion, the pita chips and hummus are a swing and a miss. Have you had this new snack yet? Thoughts on the airline industry snacks in general?