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United Airlines' Stroopwafel Isn't Just for Breakfast Anymore

July 01, 2019
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United Airlines' Stroopwafel Isn't Just for Breakfast Anymore
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The stroopwafel isn’t just for breakfast anymore.

Beginning today, United Airlines is offering the Dutch-inspired caramel-filled waffle all day long on its flights.

The stroopwafel, previously only available on flights departing before 9:45am, now will be one of three complimentary inflight snack options available to economy passengers on United’s domestic flights.

Other choices will include pretzels and a third option that will rotate throughout the year. Currently, the third choice is Byrd’s maple wafers.

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“Since we reintroduced free snacks a few years ago, our customers have come to look forward to enjoying their personal favorites on board – whether it be the stroopwafel, our exclusive maple wafers or the classic pretzels,” Toby Enqvist, United's Chief Customer Officer, says in a statement. “Now we’re going a step further and when it comes to snacks, every customer wins since our entire inflight snack lineup is available to choose from no matter the time of day.”

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The complimentary snack line-up was reintroduced into economy flights in late 2015. The no-charge snacks are offered in addition to United’s for-pay “Choice Menu” items that range from small snacks like Pringles ($4) and M&Ms ($4) to more robust breakfast, lunch and dinner options that cost up to $10.

The availability of the Choice Menu options vary by flight, with more bigger bits typically offered on flights of three hours or more.

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