How Do You Bring Jarred Food On A Plane

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lin7604 - October 26

so do you have to check it in your luggage? how do you pack it then so it doesn't break?

 

Happymommy - October 26

I packed baby food onto the carry on and had no problems. You might use the plastic containers (I know Gerber has them) they're a little more convenient for traveling and less likely to break and ruin the contents of your bag. You can also put it all into a large plastic ziplock bag within your regular bag just to be safe. GL:)

 

lin7604 - October 27

it's just you can't bring a diaper bag and a carry on bag. I was told only 1 bag as he isn't a paying pa__senger. I live in Canada and we don't have the palstic containers? All the Meat combos are in Jarr no matter what brand it is, only the fruit are in plastic ones?????

 

Jennbj - October 27

I took the Jar food in my diaper bag. I would think it would be the same for you but we can have 1 carry on bag and one other personal bag on the plane. I took my purse and a diaper bag and kept both by my feet without any problems. We just got back on Thursday. But I had to have them out in a clear plastic bag because of the traveling with liquid rules,though nobody really ever looked at it.

 

lin7604 - October 27

so it wasn't a problem as most are over the 100ml allowance. I asked and was told only one bag that's it. As it is a charter flight not a normal daily airline flight? i will ask again though as i would like to have a carry on and a diaper bag so his stuff is seperate from the other stuff. As the flight is for a winter holiday to mexico so i would like to have the important stufff in case the bags get lost.

 

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