28 February 2014
United Continental Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: UAL) company United Airlines said it is elevating the inflight dining experience with the addition of new menu items, including gluten-free options for premium-cabin and United Economy customers.
On March 1, the company will switch from regular to gluten-free salad dressing on its premium-cabin menu on flights departing the United States to points throughout North and Central America routes that already have flights offering gluten-free soup. With the new salad dressing, premium-cabin customers may enjoy a complete gluten-free meal on flights where both soup and salad are served.
This summer, United will add gluten-free options for premium-cabin customers on long-haul international flights departing the United States, including salad dressing for all premium-cabin customers and soup in United Global First.
United Airlines and United Express operate an average of more than 5,300 flights a day to more than 360 airports across six continents. Its website is at united.com.