These foods should never be brought through airport security, according to experts

You don't want to give up your snacks or gifts because you didn't aware your big jar of Nutella was on the no-fly list.

t's better to know what's liquid. Nutella, honey, maple syrup, yogurt, cream cheese, and jam also apply.

Peanut butter

The TSA allows it in checked luggage but requires 3.4 ounces or less in carry-ons. Solid cheese works.

Soft cheese


Don't carry fresh food on foreign flights or to Hawaii, Puerto Rico, or the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Fresh fruit

Carry-on canned sardines, caviar, fruits, and vegetables may create worry. Despite being sealed, containers can obscure scanning.

Canned products

 "There is no medical exemption for prescription pet food, even for service animals." Dry food works.

Pet food

Anything frozen solidly qualifies. Ice, frozen goods, and thawed ice packs won't pass. 

Ice packs

 In unopened retail packaging, you can carry up to five liters of alcohol under 70 percent ABV in your checked luggage.

Over-140-proof alcohol

"If you're traveling in an area known for delicious spreads , make sure it's in your checked luggage."

Jam or spreading

She advises taking only what your infant needs on the airline and checking or discarding the rest pre-security.

Baby Food