17 Airline Snacks We Want to Eat Right Now

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Abby Hocking

Move over, peanuts. From hyper-local delicacies to iconic sweets, the best in-flight snacks deliver a sense of place, express an airline’s personality—and make a tasty souvenir.

Furikake and Sweet Potato & Taro Chips, Wasa Ranch Popcorn, Hawaiian Airlines

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Move over, movie-theater butter and simple sea salt: we love the tropical twists Hawaiian Airlines takes with traditional snacks. Popcorn gets a wasabi and ranch coating while locally made Kona Chips get doused in furikake flavoring (a dry Japanese condiment combining seaweed, bonito, sesame, sugar, and salt). Locally grown speckled sweet potatoes and purple taro are addictive crunchers, too.

17 Airline Snacks We Want to Eat Right Now

Furikake and Sweet Potato & Taro Chips, Wasa Ranch Popcorn, Hawaiian Airlines

Move over, movie-theater butter and simple sea salt: we love the tropical twists Hawaiian Airlines takes with traditional snacks. Popcorn gets a wasabi and ranch coating while locally made Kona Chips get doused in furikake flavoring (a dry Japanese condiment combining seaweed, bonito, sesame, sugar, and salt). Locally grown speckled sweet potatoes and purple taro are addictive crunchers, too.

Abby Hocking
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