Traveling with HoneyDo you collect honey for your "honey library" from far off lands like we do? Well, here's some handy shorthand for traveling with honey by air.
0. Honey is perfectly acceptable for air travel (see link below).
1. Preferably leave it in it's sealed container, if applicable.
2. Put it in a plastic baggy of some sort "just in case"
3. If greater than 3.4 oz (100ml) then you need to check it.
4. If less than 3.4oz (100ml) then you can carry on, but it is supposed to be with all your other liquids in a 1 qt bag.
Now, the reality. Todd travels everywhere
with what he calls his "emergency honey" in a 4oz bottle in a separate 1qt baggy. He has traveled to many many countries this way. He has been questioned about it a couple times, but that is it.
As for larger sizes... We would not risk trying to carry it on, though a lot of TSA checkpoints could probably be passed through with no issues. Chances are high they will take it, so... just check the bag.
Good luck! And make sure you regularly add to your honey library! From your friends... from different regions... from different countries. :)US Customs and Border ProtectionTravelers bringing food into the U.S. for personal usehttps://help.cbp.gov/app/answers/detail/a_id/82/~/travelers-bringing-food-into-the-u.s.-for-personal-useTransportation Security Agency3-1-1 for Carry-onshttp://www.tsa.gov/traveler-information/3-1-1-carry-ons #honey #USCustoms #TSA #travel #airtravel #airport #Customs