One of the best parts about travel is all of the new food and drink you’re exposed to. Sometimes, you find a food you like so much that you want to take it home with you. Depending on what that food or drink is, though, it might not make it past the TSA.
Every traveler has become accustomed to throwing away bottles of water, soda, and Pedialyte (there’s nothing worse than an in-flight hangover) before going through airport security. There are some liquids with different rules, however, and some banned foods that might surprise you. If it’s not on this list, then it’s good to fly in carry-ons or checked bags, although TSA agents may ask you to take it out so they can take a look at it. These are the TSA food rules to know before you go.