A number of airlines are introducing in-flight snacks and drinks, dubbed FlyFit, which according to the manufacturer, help fight jet-lag and flight-induced fatigue.
The snacks and drinks are produced by Dutch company, Vitalit Laboratories, which claims that the sandwiches, snack bars, and vitamin shots “help reduce the impact of dry cabin air, high altitudes and circumstances such as time differences and dehydration.”
Ingredients of FlyFit snacks include so-called super-fruits such as blueberries and other Organic and GMO-Free food products.
FlyFit drinks, nutritional bars as well as other products such as sandwiches are packed in compact packages designed to fill into the trolley drawers of aircraft food carts.
Some offerings include –
- FlyFit Snackbox – with a sandwich or muffin, a FlyFit drink, an organic bar or fruit chips, and a Vitality booster;
- FlyFit dispenser with Vitamin C and zinc shots for hotel and airline lounges;
- FlyFit Vitality Boosters in blueberry and cranberry flavors.
Singapore Airlines is introducing FlyFit Nutritional cranberry bars in its cabins from November 1. Norwegian Air also recently added FlyFit vitamin shots to their new amenity kits.
Many airlines crews also receive FlyFit products in their kits. European low-cost carrier easyJet‘s’s crew receives the cranberry bars in their snack boxes. Air Canada Jazz and Thomas Cook employees have also been issued the meals.