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bringing food on a plane

saint clair shores...
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bringing food on a plane

Can I bring canoli on a plane or will they say no due to them having a cream like pie filling???

Yorktown, Virginia
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for Machu Picchu
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6,053 posts
14 reviews
1. Re: bringing food on a plane

Security may well reject them -- I think even peanut butter is often not allowed. But if you find someplace in the airport to buy them AFTER security, bring them by all means -- and enjoy!

Sydney/Melbourne
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2. Re: bringing food on a plane

If they look delicious and it's nearly morning tea time security may well confiscate them. :-)

Vancouver, Canada
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for Vancouver
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3. Re: bringing food on a plane

They took away those little cream cheese container thingies that came with our bagels when going through security in New York.

nottingham
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4. Re: bringing food on a plane

'they even confiscated my tiny jar of marmite as it was deemed to be a liquid!!!:(

Sydney, Australia
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5. Re: bringing food on a plane

mum53, if it was tiny, next time put it in you liquids bag.

Bingley, United...
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for Edinburgh
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6. Re: bringing food on a plane

< 'they even confiscated my tiny jar of marmite as it was deemed to be a liquid!!!:( >

It's a WMD

norfolk
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7,490 posts
31 reviews
7. Re: bringing food on a plane

the smallest jar of marmite is 125gm, too big for the baggy. you can get individual portions in some catering outlets. or decant it into smaller containers [preferably leakproof].

pam

Seattle, Washington
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9,312 posts
99 reviews
8. Re: bringing food on a plane

OP - you will not be allowed to bring these through security, as they are deemed a liquid. If you purchase them after security, of course you can bring them on the plane. At least it's a food item that doesn't smell.

Winnipeg Canada
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for Winnipeg
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308 reviews
9. Re: bringing food on a plane

I would bring them on the plane.

London, United...
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23 reviews
10. Re: bringing food on a plane

Inthe garden. That's the least helpful post I have ever seen. You would take them, irrelevant of the 100 ml rules, what because it's your personal decision as to what is and is not allowed?