TSA issues a new warning on what you cannot take in terms of security
Do not be reported for taking one of these articles via a control point this Thanksgiving.
THE vacation season Bransported its full, because many of us make their suitcases to visit dear beings nearby. If you need to fly to go home, the Security Administration (TSA) transportation wants you to remember certain things before going Security checkpoints . So that the line moves smoothly and avoid any safety snafus - make sure you don't have certain foods in your personal object or hand luggage. Read the rest to find out what aperitifs and entries you should leave at home or in a tile bag this Thanksgiving.
Over 30 million travelers will go through security in the next 12 days.
The TSA is preparing for the most frequented travel season In history - and during the Thanksgiving travel period, from November 17 to November 28, more than 30 million passengers should be projected.
Before inevitable restriction, TSA published a new press release describing the list of Thanksgiving food You cannot go through control points.
"Before agreeing to bring a favorite food from the family to contribute to the Thanksgiving holiday table, it is important to think about how you plan to transport it if you fly to spend the holidays with family or friends "Said the press release. "Most foods can be transported by a checkpoint [TSA], but there are items that will have to be transported in recorded luggage."
Some Thanksgiving foods cannot come with you.
In general, the basic rule is that if you can "turn it, spread it, spray it, pump it or pour it, and it is greater than 3.4 ounces", " It's a liquid which must be transported in a checkered bag. AE0FCC31AE342FD3A1346EBB1F342FCB
These include Thanksgiving staples that you may not immediately think of in this category. The cranberry sauce, for example, is diffused (even if it is canned), so you must check it. The sauce cannot come to your hand baggage either, and no longer maple syrup, canned, jams or frosts. And although canned fruits and vegetables can be mainly solid, they have liquid in the box, so they are also a non-no-no.
It may seem a little more obvious, but your bottles of wine, champagne and sparkling apple cider must also be checked, even if they are sealed.
Solid foods are usually a safe bet for your hand luggage.
Other Thanksgiving foods obtain the TSA approval cachet. Bakery products are safe, just like meats (frozen, cooked or not cooked), stuffing, pans and cheese mac.
Unlike the canned variety, fresh vegetables can go through safety, as are fresh fruit. Finally, candies are generally good to leave, just like spices.
(If you come to the American continent from Hawaii, Puerto Rico or the American Virgin Islands, you cannot take most fresh fruits or vegetables with you "due to the risk of spreading invasive plant parasites", "by TSA " What can I bring ?" tool.)
There are a few other things to keep in mind.
If your food should be kept cold, you could also bring ice packs - but just be warned that they must be solid and not melted when you go through safety.
You should also make sure that your food is stored properly to avoid food diseases, depending on the recommendation of the IDF. The agency indicates the recommendations of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for Holiday food security .
For any persistent question about what you can and cannot support security, see the "What can I bring?" functionality, which allows you to search for specific elements. You can also contact the TSA directly on Twitter or Facebook Messenger to @asktsa or by sending SMS to "travel" to 275-872 (Asktsa).
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