What Food Are You Allowed to Take on Airplanes?

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The food that you are allowed to carry on the airplane are such beverages brought from home or purchased before reaching the security checkpoint in a 3 oz. or smaller container and in your quart-size, zip-top plastic bag. You are also allowed to carry canned or jarred goods such as soup, sauces, peanut butter, fruits, vegetables and jellies.
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You are allowed to carry food on an airplane but you will need prior approval. The foods allowed are food such as soya milk for babies and sterilised water. You are however advised to carry low risk food.
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You can take pretty much any "normal" food into an airplane. This includes salad, burger, burrito, sandwich, fried rice etc. I would be cautious about bringing anything
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Everything is allowed to be brought to an airplane except those that are prohibited like deadly weapons such as guns, knifes and other sharp objects. Bringing of liquid materials
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For the safety of passengers and crew, the Transportation Safety Administration regulates what items passengers can bring on airplanes. There are different regulations for carry-on
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Food is heated in convection, not microwave ovens. As we all know, aluminum foil, which is used to cover the food that is heated, does not play well with microwaves. Further, microwaves
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