Taking Snacks in CarryOn Bag- Still Allowed?

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  1. kms67

    kms67 Earning My Ears

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    I know the limitations on liquids etc., but what about goldfish crackers, teddy grahams, a candy bar.....that kind of thing? Is it still allowed?

    We leave early tomorrow morning :cool1: (Sunday the 30th) and each of the kids has a carryon bag that I was going to put a few little snacks in if possible.
    Thanks for any info!

    Kris
     
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  3. safetymom

    safetymom Super Moderator

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    That won't be a problem.
     
  4. CleveRocks

    CleveRocks <font color=red>Rock 'n' Roller Coaster worshipper

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    The "new" (as of August 2006) restrictions are on liquids, gels and aerosols. Everything you mentioned in your post is fine.

    Don't bring a jar of peanut butter (in your carry-ons). Don't bring cheese in a can. Don't bring pre-made pudding or Jello cups. You get the idea ....
     
  5. kms67

    kms67 Earning My Ears

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    Thanks!

    All packed and ready to go! 6:00 a.m. is going to be coming pretty fast......:wave2:

    Kris
     
  6. Vijoge

    Vijoge <font color=teal>This one isn't itchy or scratchy<

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  7. brianm27

    brianm27 DVC Member / AP Holder

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    Once through security you are free to purchase liquids (Water, Coke, Arizon Tea, etc) to take on the plane. We usually get a couple of waters to take on.

    We have taken peanut butter and jelly to make a sandwich for DD - those little restaurant packs of each in our one quart zipper bag. Bread is OK.
     
  8. suzimar57

    suzimar57 Miss my Happy Place.

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    we bring ziplocs of almonds, M&Ms and baby carrots - not the healthiest of snacks, but they travel well.... (and a couple of the food groups are in attendance!)
     
  9. Vijoge

    Vijoge <font color=teal>This one isn't itchy or scratchy<

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    Gosh, what's healthier than almonds and carrots? Grapes travel well, too.
     
  10. SiClone

    SiClone Mouseketeer

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    I brought full large bags of Jack Links beef jerky, a new bag of potato chips (the $4 ones), and cookies. No problems.

    They did seize my reusable ice packs at MCO. The TSA had no problems with them when we flew out of Minneapolis though....:confused3
     
  11. ameraumi

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    What about fruit snacks? I am curious if the consider that a "gel".
     
  12. 1000th happy haunt

    1000th happy haunt <font color=green>My source is knowledgable, but u

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    I actually asked the TSA if jellied fruit snacks were ok to carry onto the plane. I actually said the kind you buy in a supermarket. They said it's fine to carry jellied fruit snacks onto the plane.
     

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