I am flying tomorrow and I have no checked baggae allowance, but a big jar of Nutella, and I dont know if I can take it. I checked the website of the airline and its specified that I cannot bring liquids or gel-like substances on board. Does that include Nutella?
Technically its a fluid cause it takes the shape of its container. its very high in viscosity, which means that it would flow only under a high pressure, so I guess that would make it a Bingham plastic fluid, which is a fluid only under high stress, but that doesn't help my case.
Most Helpful Girl
When I travel, in the states I had to put my food in clear bags, or something small in order to take it on board with me. Or, if they sell it "on the other inside", then that is okay as well. When I flew in Europe, I didn't bring food with me, I just bought something at the concession stand.
I love Nutella, but I don't know if I'd classify it as a fluid (and it's definitely not a clear fluid). Please let us/me know if you were able to do so. I am interested to know since I would love to try to take some Nutella with me.1
Most Helpful Guy
Didn't work for me when I went to the Philippines1