The TSA has released guidelines for passengers wanting to travel with Thanksgiving food.
Most foods can be carried through a TSA checkpoint, but some items will need to be transported in checked baggage.
The TSA says if it’s a solid item, it can go through a checkpoint.
Are you going to be in in feast mode this #Thanksgiving? We’ve got you covered! You can stuff your roast dinner leftovers into your carry-on as long as your gravy follows our 3-1-1- liquid rule.
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— TSA (@TSA) November 20, 2023
Anything that’s larger than 3.4 ounces or that can be spilled, sprayed, spreaded, pumped or poured should go in a checked bag.
Food items can require additional screening, so it’s best to pack them in an easily accessible location.
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