Summer Vacationing to Hawaii-Do You Know How to Travel with Your Honey?

Posted by Philip Grad on

As a reminder, we’ve been told informally that Big Island Bees’ honey is one of the most frequently confiscated items for travelers returning to the mainland from Hawaii. We receive a number of emails from vacationers about confiscated honey, including a honeymooner checking on the cost of mailing replacement Wilelaiki blossom honey to Australia , because TSA wouldn’t let her honey make the trip back with her.

Please remember that honey is considered a liquid subject to the TSA’s 3 ounce rule and, unless purchased at the airport, should be packed in checked luggage only.

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