CHICAGO - When United stopped serving stroopwafels on domestic flights in June, this led to angry and disappointed reactions from the many enthusiasts. The company now has good news for them: the syrup waffle returns.
From January, United will serve the popular Dutch delicacies on flights that leave before a quarter to ten in the morning. The stroopwafels, made by Daelmans from Brabant, are also free for Economy passengers.
United started in 2015 with the distribution of stroopwafels. This used to be a fairly unknown snack in the United States, but thanks to the airline, the wafers are now very popular among Americans.
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