TSA gives tips on what food items you’re allowed to bring on a plane

Published: Nov. 22, 2022 at 10:47 PM EST
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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - We’re only days away from Thanksgiving.

As you hop aboard your favorite airline to family and friends, be aware that Butterball turkey, casseroles, gravy, and any other fixings you plan on taking, may not make it through TSA with your carry-on baggage.

TSA regional spokesperson Mark Howell is traveling around the southeastern United States doing a show and tell, Thanksgiving edition, of what you can and cannot bring in your carry-on.

“If you can pump it, pour it, spill it, spread it or spray it, and it’s more than 3.4 ounces, then it should go in your check bag unless you’re freezing it. If you’re freezing it, then you can bring it in that solid state to the security checkpoint, no problems.”

For more information, go to the TSA website to find out what you are allowed to bring on a flight.