There’s no bigger gamble than asking for your food to be gluten-free when travelling on a plane.
You could end up with a fairly pleasant, almost edible meal. Or you could end up with a single banana.
I decided to quiz a few of the folk from the Coeliacs in the UK Facebook group and the Gluten Free and Me Facebook group who were brave enough to place their dietary requirements in the hands of their airline.
Here’s the good, the bad and the ugly of gluten-free food at 40,000 feet.
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