A report released recently by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine found that the San Francisco airport took a nosedive in terms of the availability of healthy food options for airline passengers. According to the San Francisco Examiner, the nonprofit called the airport “the biggest loser” in this year’s findings.
According to the annual report, 77 percent of the 69 restaurants at the airport offer at least one healthy, low-fat, cholesterol-free vegetarian meal, a drop of 19 points from the airport’s 2011 score.
The physicians committee advocates for preventive medicine, specifically good nutrition. To read the rest of the article and see how SFO fared in past years, click here.