You can bring anything that meets the TSAs criteria. I travel with fruit and nuts all the time. As long as you don't bring anything liquid or liquid like you will be fine. Even my protein supplement gets through, although once in a while they do the chemical test on the bags. No big deal. I
This topic is rather generic and not really specific to Delta Air Lines and the SkyMiles frequent flier loyalty program.
The new home for this thread is now the TravelBuzz! forum, as the topic deals with bringing food on-board an aircraft and not just about bringing food past the security checkpoint at an airport. Different airlines may have different policies, and it gives FlyerTalk members who do not participate in the Delta forum a chance to relate their experiences and ask similar questions.
i have had meals prepared for me in thai or viet namese restaurants the night before, and brought them on board. i have brought all forms of left overs from last nights dinner. pad tai is much better than bear claw.
Thank you all for your responses. I might venture something more substantial, now that I know.
Thank you Canarsie for finding a suitable home for this question. I thought...will, thank you.
When our family flies, we always pack a fair amount of food. On our last trip, we brought sandwiches, various fruits, snacks (like pretzels, goldfish crackers, etc), and gimbop (basically korean-style maki). I've taken slices of pizza through, also. Candy bars, nutrition bars (like powerbars, clif bars, etc) are also fine. I've also taken through an empty water bottle with flavored drink powder and mixed it up after security. A lot of options.