– Beef jerky – Trail mix – Protein bars – Carrot chips – Cheese and crackers – Cheese and meat stick combos – Roasted chickpeas
– Granola – Green pea chips – Fruit leather – Fruit pouch or cup – Dried fruit – Pumpkin or sunflower seeds – Seaweed snacks
– Candy bars without nuts – Cereal bar – Dry cereal – Cookies – Muffins/baked goods
– Charcuterie bag with hard cheeses – Chicken or tuna pouches with bread, crackers, or pasta – Cold sandwich – Pasta salad – Bagged salad
Whole fresh fruit and vegetables are generally not allowed to cross international borders and there are some restrictions between US states, but these may be allowed if they are consumed on the flight
Snacks need to be in packages that can go through TSA screening, including x-rays. The easiest packages are what the food originally came in, especially for single-serving options like protein bars or condiments.