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No doubt they got a deal from Peanut Corp of America.
I have not seen snacks on NWA for some time. At least Delta is forcing them to serve a snack now?
What on earth are Delta/Northwest thinking? Are they nuts (no pun intended)???
Thank God and Greyhound, they're gone!!!!!
That's funny, I just flew NWA last weekend and don't recall seeing a snack item at all. Are they just referring to the items available for purchase?
peanuts from Georgia...great timing. "Our planes are safe, but the Peanuts may crash your immune system"
Great time to change to peanuts, in the middle of a peanut crisis
If you don't want/like peanuts, don't have any!
I'm Still Driving............
I am not sure how everyone in my elementary school made to high school...
Living with a child (now adult child) with peanut allergies, I find this incomprehensible. Peanut dust collects in the vent system of airplanes and that causes some kids with hyper-allergenic systems to react. Asthma/allergies have increased in our society exponentially over the past two decades...why would Delta/NW do this? Do they read scientific papers in Atlanta? Is their insurance carrier ready to carry this liability of potentially fatal outcomes? We will not fly this airline with our family and we have been consistent NW patrons. We are in the market for peanut a peanut free carrier.
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