September 23, 2007 | | Comments 0

Atlanta Trip: Snack Box from Northwest Airline

I flew Northwest Airlines for the first time. I can’t say that I like it. Not only do they not have inflight movies, why, they don’t even have earphone jacks on their seat for music. That was a bummer. If I had known that, I would have charged up my notebook a bit more and keep myself entertained with the movies I brought along.

Like most other airlines, they have snack boxes for sale. It’s $5 each cash … and USD too.

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Although the box looked bit, there is nothing much in it. There’s Oreos, Trail Mix, Wheat Crackers and Beef Sausages. Compared to United’s snack boxes (click here and here to see United’s) which costs the same, this is rather disappointing.

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About the only thing I enjoyed is the O’Brien’s Beef Summer Sausage … it’s all beef, no fillers.

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The Wheat Thins was quite OK.

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It felt a bit dry eating this until after I had finished half of the pack that I realized …

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… that this Wheat Thins is supposed to go with the Cheddar Cheese Sauce.

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About the only thing I really enjoy is the Bloody Mary Mix. Until today, I have not seen this sold here in the stores. Anyone have seen this in the store somewhere in Vancouver before?

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