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Can you bring food on flights? (Carry-on, checked-in bags)

Yes, you can bring food to the airport! Does this call for an occasion to celebrate?

Author's note: Although bringing food to budget airline such as Scoot, Jetstar and Qatar airlines seems to be a terrific idea. Do keep in mind that some of these airlines do have a strict no outside food policy and you may need to count on your luck for your hunger. ( I would recommend to bring soft/chewy foods to avoid drawing attention to yourself if you intend to do so.)

If you have something specific and unusual that you wish to bring on board and have searched through the web to be sorely disappointed, you might want to search directly at the TSA website. (Yes, I have the search link ready for you.)



What sort of food are NOT allowed on chartered/budget/international/domestic airlines?


  1) Fresh Fruits YES/NO

(Image sourced from www.fruitsonboard.com.au)


Yes you can bring dried fruits. Keep them uncluttered to prevent further questioning.

What about Fresh Fruits and Vegetables?

Yes they can be transported with your carry-on bags. However, fresh fruits and vegetables are not allowed on "Hawaii, Puerto Rico, or the U.S. Virgin Islands to the U.S. mainland. This is due to the risk of spreading invasive plant pests." (Quoted from TSA)

(Image from /For more info on Fruits onboard)


2) Water Bottle/ Gel YES/NO



With the strict TSA rule (3.4 ounce limitation on liquids), many airlines prohibit gel-like food. And that includes your condiments of chili sauce and ketchup due to its consistency. This too includes yoghurt.

Baby food are allowed. It comes with a catch; That baby food must come in its powdered form, you may make it on board. Additionally, the powdered-like food (e.g. protein powder) may only be brought on board if it is sealed and within 12 ounces. There is an exception on baby formula and breast milk and juice. (TSA Link for your convenience)

Yes, you can bring your empty water bottle.
For any liquids, keep within the TSA rule in a suitable small bottle.


3) Alcohol YES


(Image sourced from TSA Blog)

Surprise! Alcohol is actually a liquid (as long as it is not more than 70%) and you can bring alcohol as long as it is a small bottle within 3.4 ounce in quantity. 


For more information, I recommend TSA website or TSA blog. 

(A convenient screenshot for you from the TSA website)

So ... What sort of food are allowed on the aircraft?

 

1) Fresh meat and seafood/Egg YES



(image sourced from nuts.com)

If it is frozen, it must be completely frozen in your cooler or with ice pack.
If it is partially frozen or have melted, it will not be allowed onboard.




2) Gel ice pack YES



Yes, if it is completely frozen.
Otherwise, if there is any liquid present, it must fit into the liquid limitation of 3.4 ounce.



3) Your burger and fast food NO


(Trump with mac on board sourced from link)



Despite the paper wrapping, your burger and other convenient food purchased in the terminal is not sealed and will not be allowed on board. You can bring food in a container. I would not recommend doing so on USA flights due to some food limitations.

"For items not listed here, simply snap a picture or send a question to AskTSA on Facebook Messenger or Twitter. We look forward to answering your questions, from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. ET weekdays; 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. weekends/holidays."(Quoted from TSA)

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