Whether travelers are looking for gluten-free or healthier options, United Airlines is expanding its menu to accommodate more people.
United Airlines is giving travelers more snack and meal options while they fly.
Many of the additions include gluten-free options, like gluten-free salad dressing and soup.
At least half the items in the airline's "snackboxes" are gluten-free, like fruit and nut bars.
Some flights will also offer Greek yogurt instead of regular yogurt to help customers who are focused on health and good nutrition.
In addition to snacks, United has new plans to expand its wine selection.
People traveling between the United States and Europe will have the option of buying bottles of Meiomi Pinot Noir 2012 and Murphy-Goode North Coast 2012 Sauvignon Blanc.
For more information about the updated menus, click here.